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GILBERT TOWER 



CHARLES C. WHEELWRIGHT II 



WILLIAM POUND 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Incorporated 1770 

Population June, 1983 — 7,617 

Twelfth Congressional District 

Representative: Gerry E. Studds 

Norfolk and Plymouth Senatorial District 

Senator: Allan B. McKinnon, Weymouth 

Third Plymouth Representative District 

Representative: Mary Jeanette Murray, Cohasset 



Annual Town Meeting 

First Saturday in April 

Election of Officers 

Second Saturday in April 



ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Board of Selectmen 
of the Financial Affairs 

OF THE 

Town of Cohasset 

Reports of the School Committee 

AND THE 

Report of Other Town Officers 




FOR THE YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31 



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Elected Town Officers 
1984-1985 



SELECTMEN 



Rocco F. Laugelle 

Frank W. England 

Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chairman 

John A. DeBassio 

Mary Jane E. McArthur 



William D. Weeks 



MODERATOR 



TOWN CLERK 

Charles A. Marks (retired 2/21/84) 
Frances L. Marks 

ASSESSORS 

Michael C. Patrol ia 
Brian Wilkins 
Warren S. Pratt 

TREASURER-COLLECTOR 

Gordon E. Flint (retired 10/1/84) 
Elizabeth B. Ripley (apptd. 10/1/84) 



HIGHWAY SURVEYOR 



Harold W. Litchfield 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE 



Martha K. Gjesteby 
Joseph R. Nedrow 
John Langmaid 
Diana Davis Kornet 
Richard M. Conley 

TRUSTEES OF PAUL PRATT 

Elizabeth F. Eaton 

Nancy M. Gilmore 

David Chittim 

Richard A. Dabrowski (resigned 6/12/84) 

Agnes McCann (apptd 10/12/84) 

Barbara M. Power 

Lucia R. Woods 

Sheila S. Evans 

JohnR. McNabbJr. 

Doris R. McNulty 



Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 



Term expires April 1987 



Tenure 

Term expires April 1987 



Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 



Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1985 



Term expires April 1987 

Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 

MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Terrr. expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 



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Marilyn P. Sweeney 
Barbara A. Kern 
Dr. Charles M. Bliss 



John F. OToole 
Dnaiel C. Cotton 
L. Christine Bassett 
Robert H. Sturdy 
Patrick A. Plante 



BOARD OF HEALTH 



PLANNING BOARD 



Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 

Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 



Lot E.Bates 
Peter J. Pratt 
William Montouri 



WATER COMMISSIONERS 



Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 



SEWER COMMISSIONERS 

Joseph M. Gwinn (resigned 7/10/84) 
R. Gary Vanderweil, Jr. (apptd. 11/1/84) 
Charles DeSantis 
Edward M. Guild 



Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 



RECREATION COMMISSION 



James L.Gallagher 
Gerald A. Buckley 
Mary K. Muncey 
Peter G. Laugelle 
Terese England Duggan 
Richard P. Barrow 
AIna L. Ekberg 



Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires April 1988 
Term expires April 1989 



COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY 



Lloyd W. Prescott (resigned 11/12/84) 

Kathleen M. Conte (apptd. 12/20/84) 

Marguerite M. Libby 

John D. Muncey 

Ralph Perroncello 

Leo Happenny (Appointed by Governor) 



Term expires April 1989 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1985 
Term expires April 1986 
Term expires April 1987 
Term expires July 28, 1987 



TOWN OFFICERS APPOINTED BY SELECTMEN 



Term Expires 



Executive Secretary 

Mark J. Lanza (resigned 9/5/84) 

Acting Executive Secretary 

Janet M. Chaike 



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Town Accountant 

William S. Signorelli 

Chief of Police 

Joseph M. Kealey 

Sergeants of Police Under Civil Service 

Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 

Patrolmen Under Civil Service 

Richard J. Abbadessa 
Lawrence D. Ainslie 
Brian Cogill 
David C. Cogill 
Carmelo Conte 
John C. Conte 
Frederick H. Grassie 
Maureen F. Healy 
Clifton B. Jones 
Paul J. Laugelle 
Brian W. Noonan 
David J. Pomarico 
John J. Rhodes III 
John H. Small 
Richard Yocum 

Special Police Officers 

Harry H. Ritter Harbor Master 

Clifford J. Dickson Cohasset Yacht Club & Assist. Harbor Master 

William G. Stone Assistant Harbor Master (Little Harbor) 

James Curley Shellfish Constable 

Harold Litchfield Highway Surveyor 

Martin W. Dooley Fire Chief 

Stephen Wigmore Superintendent of Wires 

Benjamin F. Curley Superintendent of Water Department 

Peter G. Laugelle Superintendent of Tree & Park Dept. 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr Director of Civil Defense 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr Plumbing & Gas Inspector 

LotE. Bates, Jr Sealer of Weights & Measures 

Manuel Salvador Sewer Plant 

John M. Worley Recreation Director 

Edward A. J. Poskus Building Inspector 

Lockup Keepers 

Joseph M. Kealey 
Richard P. Barrow 
Robert W. Jackson 



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Dog Officer 

Richard Yocum 1985 

Director of Civil Defense and Emergency Preparedness 

Arthur L. Lehr, Jr. 

Hazardous Waste Coordinator 

Jeffrie Bettinger, Chairman 

Fire Chief 

Martin W. Dooley 

Fire Department Under Civil Service 

Richard Conley Acting Captain 

James Lee Gurry Captain 

Roger W. Lincoln Captain 

Mark H. Trask Captain 

Edward Barrow Firefighter 

Paul T. Bilodeau Firefighter— E.M.T. 

John T. Boswell, III Firefighter 

Edward M. Corbo Firefighter 

Linwood L. Davis Firefighter 

Thomas P. Finegan Firefighter 

James E. Fiori Firefighter 

William T. Litchfield Firefighter 

Matthew B. Marr Firefighter 

Paul F. McGaffigan Firefighter 

Arthur M. Pompeo, Jr Firefighter 

Robert F. Protulis Firefighter— E.M.T. 

William J. Protulis Firefighter 

Randall W. Rosano Firefighter 

James P. Runey Firefighter 

Robert D. Silvia Firefighter 

Edward J. Struzik Firefighter 

John M. Sullivan (resigned 4/84) Firefighter 

Peter Trask Firefighter— E.M.T. 

EricWenzlow . Firefighter— E.M.T. 

Thomas G. Hernan (Temporary) Firefighter— E.M.T. 

Forest Warden 

Martin W. Dooley Fire Chief 

Local Superintendent of Insect Pest Control 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 

Robert K. Dennis (resigned 4/84) 1984 

EdwardA. J. Poskus 1985 

Plumbing and Gas Inspector (appointed by Building Inspector) 

Robert A. Leonard, Sr. 

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Superintendent of Wires 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Assistant Superintendent of Wires 

Richard Gallo 

Town Counsel 

Richard A. Henderson 

Assistant Town Counsel 

John J. Slater, III 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 

Lot E.Bates, Jr. 1985 

Keeper of Town Clock 

Noel A. Ripley 

Measurer of Wood and Bark 

Lot E.Bates, Jr. 1985 

Director of Veterans' Affairs 

T. Gerard Keating 

Veterans' Burial Agent 

T. Gerard Keating 

Constable 

Maria A. Plante 

Inspector of Public Buildings 

Edward A. J. Poskus, Building Inspector 
Martin W. Dooley, Fire Chief 

Fence Viewers 

Anthony Emanuello 1985 

KearrnA. Dunn 1985 

Harbormaster 

Harry H. Ritter 

Assistant Harbormaster 

Clifford J. Dickson 1985 

William G. Stone (for Little Harbor) 1985 

Shellfish Constable 

James Curley 

Assistant Shellfish Constable 

Harry H. Ritter 

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Town Archivist 

David H.Wadsworth 1985 

Custodian of Town IHati 

Kenneth S. Sargent (resigned 6/30/84) 
Pauline J. Litchfield 

Honorary Town Engineer 

Gilbert S. Tower (Deceased 4/9/84) 

Board of Tree and Park Commissioners 

Members of the Board of Selectmen 

Tree, Parl< & Cemetery Superintendent 

Peter G. Laugelle 

Caretakers 

Herbert Marsh, Woodside Cemetery (under Tree & Park Dept.) and 

Beechwood Cemetery (under Tree & Park Dept.) 
Albert Meallo, Perkins Cemetery 



Boards, Commisstons. Committees and Representatives Appointed by the Board of Selectmen 
Council on Aging 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman 1987 

Helen Barbary 1987 

Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 1986 

Mary Donovan 1986 

George Fellows 1985 

Anthony Finegan 1987 

Katherine M. McGrath 1985 

Vivian McCormack 1984 

John H. Mullett (resigned 1984) 1986 

Malcolm Onwood 1985 
Alice Daunt (representative) 
Helen Hooper (representative) 
Sheila Kelly (representative) 

Ambulance Study Committee 

F. Roy Fitzsimmons, Chairman 

Mark Friedman, M.D. 

Arne Gjesteby 

Pamela Johansen 

Mark Trask 

Chief Martin Dooley, ex-officio 



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Arts Lottery Council 

Joan Appel 1985 

Jeanne Arm in (resigned 8/84) 

Sigrid Carey 1985 

Ronald Emmons (resigned 4/84) 

Lawrence Fone 1985 

Linda Halloran 1987 

Helen Ketcham 1985 

Ellen Morrissey 1985 

Building Code Appeal Board 

Francis A. Evans 1988 

Joseph W. MacDonald 1987 

James Salyards 1988 

Frederick H. Wood, Jr. 1984 

By-Law Committee, Permanent 

Mary E. Gainor, Chairman 1986 

Arthur E.N ilsson 1987 

Cornelia L. O'Malley 1985 

Cable T.V. Council 

David Chittim, Chairman (Community Rep.) 1985 

Margaret Dillon (Arts Center) 1987 

James Gallagher (Recreation) 1987 

Richard Hayes (Library) 1985 

Donald McAllister (Community Rep.) 1986 

Joseph McCool (Community Rep.) 1986 
Arnold Nickerson (Drama) (resigned 10/84) 

Ann O'Malley (Community Rep.) 1986 

John Packard (School Committee) 1985 

Denise Ripley (Drama) 1987 

Cohasset Common Historic District Commission, 

Appointed by the Board of Selectmen under Article 34, April 1978 Town Meeting 

Gordon Stevenson, Chairman 1986 

Patricia Dean 1987 

Donald Evans 1987 

L. Emmett Holt, Alternate 1986 

James Murphy 1985 

James Sandell 1986 

Joyce Sturdy 1985 

Herbert P. Vanderlugt, Alternate 1986 

Peter Wood (resigned 8/84) 

Charles C. Wheelwright (resigned 8/84) 

Kathryn Young 1985 



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Conservation Commission 

Merle Brown, Chairman 1985 

Patricia C. Buckley 1986 

Laura Doherty 1987 

John Hubbard (resigned 2/84) 

H. Richard Maichle 1985 

Robert Maki 1987 

J. Peter O'Loughlin (resigned 8/84) 

Austin OToole 1986 

Disposal Area Study Committee 

Donald L. DeMichele, Chairman 1986 

Sherry Becker 1987 

Eleanor Cooney-Smith 1987 

Arthur M. Pom peo 1986 

Jeffrey Power 1987 
Ernest M. Stevens (resigned 1984) 

Priscilla S. Tebbetts 1985 

Government Island Study Committee 

Hamilton Tewksbury, Chairman 1986 

Richard P. Barrow 1986 

Robert Davenport 1987 

Edward J. Figueiredo 1987 
Robert James (deceased) 

Vivian M. McCormack 1985 

Noel Ripley 1987 

Harry Ritter 1985 

Cohasset Harbor Committee 

Charles G. Fink, Chairman 1985 

Robert Davenport 1987 

James Gallagher 1987 

Herbert Jason 1985 

Roger Porter 1986 
Harry H . Ritter indefinite term 

William Stone 1987 

Harry B. St. Onge 1986 

Warren Thomson 1986 

Historical Commission 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 1986 

Elizabeth Enders 1985 

Roger Leonard 1985 

Patricia Murphy 1986 

Grace Tuckerman 1987 

David H.Wadsworth 1985 

Linda Wakeman 1987 



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Insurance Advisory Committee 

George McCullough 
Thomas W. Sheppard 

Mass. Transportation Commission to represent the Town of Cohasset in tlie Greater 
Boston Region 

Louis F. Eaton, Jr. 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council Representative 

Martha K. Gjesteby indefinite 

Registrars of Voters 

Alice Daunt 1986 

Roberts. Rape 1985 

Burtram J. Pratt 1987 

Frances Marks (ex-officio) 

Straits Pond Management Committee 

Frances Aronivici, Neighborhood Rep. 

Joseph Godzik, Health Agent 

F. Burk Ketcham, Coastal Zone Management Representative (resigned 10/84) 

Gary Vanderweil, Neighborhood Rep. 

Town Garage Study Committee 

Thomas Duggan, Chairman 
Donald O'Neill 
James Salyards 
Robert Stansel, Jr. 
Kenneth Wilcox 

Town Hall Study Committee 

Benjamin Blake, Chairman 

Anthony Fasciano 

Colin Studds 

David Terry 

Joseph Wolfe, Jr. 

F. Burk Ketcham (resigned 10/84) 

Tri-Town Commission 

John A. DeBassio, Representative from Selectmen 
Frederick Koed, Representative from Advisory Committee 
Deborah S. Cook, Sub committee— Solid Waste Disposal 
Donald DeMichele, Sub committee— Solid Waste Disposal 
Martha Gjesteby, Sub committee— Regional Transportation 
Kenneth Fone, Sub Committee 

Wompatuck State Park Advisory Council Representative 

Peter Laugelle 

Barron C. Salvador (resigned 3/84) 



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Zoning Board of Appeals 

Myrna Putziger, Chairman 1987 

S. Woodworth Chittick 1986 

Mark DeGiacomo 1987 

Terrence Farrell 1986 

Mark Kiley (deceased) 

Barbara M. Power 1986 

John F. Rousseau (resigned 5/84) 



Town Officers appointed by authorities other than the Board of Selectmen 

Assistant Town Clerk 

Constance S. Jones (effective 7/16/84) 

Assistant Town Treasurer 

Sally A. Lincoln (effective 10/1/84) 

Chief Librarian 

Richard E. Hayes 

Chief Operator— Sewer Plant 

Manuel E. Salvador 

Executive Director of the Housing Authority 

Barbara Clain 

Health Agent 

Elaine Eliopoulos (resigned 8/3/84) 
Joseph R. Godzik 

Recreation Director— Appointed by the Recreation Commission under Article 54, 
May 1976 Town Meeting 

John M. Worley 

Superintendent of Schools 

Eugene C. Crowell 



Superintendent of Water Department 

Benjamin F. Curley 



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Boards, Committees, Commissions, and Representatives 
Appointed by Authorities otiier tlian the Board of Selectmen 

Advisory Committee— Appointed by Moderator, Chairman of Selectmen, and Chair- 
man of Advisory Committee 

Jacqueline M. Dormitzer, Chairman 1986 

Thomas E. Burke 1985 

Richard E. Horn 1986 

Frederick R. Koed 1987 

James W. Lagrotteria 1985 

William R. Lean, Jr. 1987 
Paul R. Neelon (resigned 1/84) 

Margaret M. O'Donnell 1986 

Roger Porter 1985 

Dennis L. Rossi 1987 

Capital Budget Committee— Appointed by the Moderator, Chairman of the Board of 

Selectmen, Chairman of the Advisory Committee under Resolution March 1971 
Annual Town Meeting 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 1987 

William Haines 1985 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 1985 

John A. Vivian 1987 

Design Review Board— Appointed by Moderator, Chairman of Selectmen, Chairman 
of Advisory Committee, Under Article 37, May 1976 Annual Town Meeting 

Robert Stansell, Chairman 1986 

Peter O'Connor 1985 

Nancy S. Garrison (Assoc. Member) 
Maxwell R. Pounder (Assoc. Member) 
Roger S. Whitley, (Assoc. Member) 
Edward A. J. Poskus— ex-officio 
Margaret Benson (Retired) 
Elizabeth Hoopes (Retired) 

Drainage Advisory Committee, Under Article 42, May 1975 Town Meeting appointed 
by Moderator, Chairman of Board of Selectmen and Chairman Advisory Board 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 1985 

Lyie E. Branagan 1987 

James P. Leonard 1987 

Walter G.Ross 1986 

Diane C.Sullivan 1987 

Town Government Structure Committee, Appointed by Moderator, Chairman of 
Board of Selectmen and Chairman of Advisory Committee under Article 36, May 
1976 Town Meeting 

John K. McNabb, Jr., Chairman 1986 

Charles Aronovici 1987 

Jean Cotton 1985 

Osborne F. Ingram 1986 
F. Burk Ketcham (resigned 10/84) 

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Chartis Langmaid 1985 

Shirley F.Neer L985 

John P. Reardon, Jr. 1985 
Richard Silvia (resigned 5/84) 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee (Board of Health) 

Jeffrie A. Bettinger, Chairman 

Lot W. Bates 

William E. Baird 

Merle Brown 

Gordon Deane 

Martin W. Dooley (Fire Chief) 

Victoria Graken 

Frederick Johansen 

Barbara Kern 

Chartis Langmaid 

Personnel Board, appointed by the Moderator, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen, 
and Chairman of the Advisory Committee 

John H. Mullett, Chairman 1985 

Jan Daggett 1985 

Francis A. Evans 1987 

Edward Lubitz, Jr. 1987 

Rita M. Strong 1987 

School Facilities Committee, under Article 42, March Meeting 1960, Appointed by 
the Moderator and Article 33 of 1975 Meeting 

Appointed by Moderator 



Linda Henderson 




1985 


George Marlette III 




1988 


Robert Beggan 




1989 


Appointed by the Selectmen 






Richard J. Silvia 




1986 


Robert L.Julian 




1984 


Marie McCarthy 




1985 


Appointed by School Committee 






Irene Brown 




1984 


Daniel Dormer 




1985 


James McKinnell 




1986 


Sewer Advisory Committee 






William Baird, Chairman 


Herbert Jason 




Richard Avery 


Dr. C. Michael Bliss 




Stephen Bartow 


Patricia Buckley 




Gait Grant 


Charles DeSantis 




Muriel Silvia 


Joseph Gwinn 




Diane Sullivan 


Edward Guild 




Gary Vanderweil 


Fred Johansen 




Barbara Kern 


Jacqueline Dormitzer 




Mary Jane McArthur 


Rita Strong 





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Jury List 1984-1985 



1. Allanson, Gary 

2. Allen, David W. 

3. Arnold, Barbara 

4. Ayer, Alexander P. 

5. Bates, Stanley W. 

6. Baxter, Dana S. 

7. Benbow, Mary W. 

8. Bielecki, Edmund J. 

9. Bishop, Heidi E. 

10. Bliss, Barbara W. 

11. Brennock, Henry E., Jr. 

12. Broadhurst, Austin, Jr. 

13. Bunten, Stephanie J. 

14. Bunstein, Richard 

15. Casey, Kathleen 

16. Cenedella, George F., Jr. 

17. Davenport, Robert 

18. Davis, Donald 

19. Deal, Carol 

20. Dean, John S. 

21. Dedecz, Stanley J. 

22. Doggett, Thomas A. 

23. Fichtner, Lisa A. 

24. Foell, David V. 

25. Ford, Christopher 

26. French, John F. 

27. Fries, Ronald V. 

28. Gallop, Helen J. 

29. Getto, Caria 

30. Goedecke, Peter L. 

31. Goggin, Edward T. 

32. Guarino, Douglas C. 

33. Hall, Laurie 

34. Hart, Maurice E. 

35. Hassen, Julianna 

36. Healey, Thomas M., Jr. 

37. Horsefield, Idella I. 

38. Hubbard, Jennifer 

39. James, David E. 

40. Jarman, May H. 

41. Johnsen, Arthur E. 

42. Johnson, Paul C. 

43. Klier, Joseph D. 

44. Leahy, David H., Jr. 

45. Lennon, John S. 

46. Littlejohn, George 

47. Livingstone, Raymond J. 

48. Manganaro, Jean E. 



34 Riverview Drive 

35 Pond Street 
81 Hull Street 

20 Bayberry Lane 
318 Forest Avenue 
7 Norfolk Road 
22 Red Gate Lane 
589 Jerusalem Road 
9 Clay Spring Road 
76 Summer Street 
136 Doane Street 
231 South Main Street 

48 Margin Street 

103 North Main Street 
706 Jerusalem Road 
572 Jerusalem Road 
17 Black Horse Lane 

14 Elm Street 

15 Fernway 
Meadow Lane 

618 Jerusalem Road 
12 Hugh Strain Road 
11 Old Pasture Road 

43 Black Horse Lane 
145 Border Street 

56 Black Rock Road 
6 Holly Lane 

250 King Street 

36 Jerusalem Road 
374 Atlantic Avenue 
22 Rustic Drive 
520 Jerusalem Road 
58 Margin Street 
99 Atlantic Avenue 
497 Beechwood Street 

49 Gushing Road 
255 Jerusalem Road 
144 Beach Street 
290 North Main Street 
15 Jerusalem Road 
207 North Main Street 
135 Nichols Road 

31 Old Coach Road 
60 Pond Street 

57 Surry Drive 

103 Black Rock Road 

44 Summer Street 
67 North Main Street 



Dist. Mgr. Pepsi 

Engineer 

Housewife 

Salesman 

BIdg. Cont. 

Exterminator 

Therapist 

Social Worker 

Rep. Therapist 

Housewife 

Phone Co. 

Business 

Editor 

Investment Broker 

Housewife 

Tele. Co. 

Analy 

Salesman 

Housewife 

Engineer 

Real Est. 

Engineer 

Advertising 

Architect 

Realtor 

Truck Driver 

BIdg. Fid. Rep. 

At home 

Housewife 

Broker 

Student 

Stockbroker 

Banker 

Caterer 

Housewife 

Foreman 

Housewife 

Sales 

Field Engineer 

Housewife 

Architect 

Engineer 

Salesman 

Sales 

Gen. Manager 

Salesman 

Self-Emp. 

Housewife 



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49. McClellan, Robert 

50. McGee, Donna J. 

51. McKeough, Bernard A. 

52. McMillen, Francis S. 

53. Morrissey, Peter 

54. Mulcahy, Bernard L. 

55. Mulhern, Helen R. 

56. Nedrow, Joseph R. 

57. Nickerson, Arnold J. 

58. Niland, Gregory 

59. O'Brien, Susan A. 

60. O'Grady, Marilyn 

61. O'Leary, Elizabeth 

62. Osborn, Lisa G. 

63. Paine, Cynthia J. 

64. Parmenter, Dorothea 

65. Perry, Stephen 

66. Pfaffmann, Charlotte 

67. Piepenbrink, Harriet 

68. Piepenbrink, Shirley 

69. Pierce, Brad W. 

70. Pounder, Maxwell R. 

71. Sceery, Pheobe E. 

72. Sharkey, William 0. 

73. Then, Christine 

74. Thomson, Virginia H. 

75. Wadsworth, David H. 

76. Washburn, Eleanor M. 

77. Winn. John J. 



29 Oak Street 
27 Hill Street 
16 Virginia Lane 
9 Bailey Road 

31 Ash Street 

20 Red Gate Lane 
106 Beech wood Street 

21 Fair Oaks Lane 
211 South Main Street 

32 Brewster Road 
52 Jerusalem Road 
90 Forest Avenue 
26 Cedar Acres Lane 
68 Spring Street 

255 South Main Street 
60 Reservoir Road 
57 Smith Street 
45 Sohier Street 
235 Beechwood Street 
150 North Main Street 
273 North Main Street 
48 Stockbridge Road 
95 Atlantic Avenue 
6 Margin Street 
182 Fairoakes Lane 
150 Beach Street 
14 Summer Street 
520 North Main Street 
404 South Main Street 



Mfg. Rep. 

Secretary 

Salesman 

IBM 

Pub. Relations 

Engineer 

Teacher's Aide 

Reg. Mgr. 

Executive 

Com p. Analyst 

Director 

Homemaker 

Assoc. Acct. 

Clerk 

Bookkeeper 

Housewife 

Manager 

Homemaker 

At home 

Housewife 

Sales Rep. 

Architect 

Housewife 

Supervisor 

Sales 

At home 

Curator 

Homemaker 

Constn. Engineer 



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Report of the Board of Selectmen 

The year 1984 was the second year the Selectmen operated as a five-member 
Board. The expanded Board has been able to play an increasingly pro-active role in 
dealing with the issues facing Cohasset, but much remains to be done to assure that 
Town government is operating effectively and meeting the needs of all Cohasset 
citizens. 

The Board has attempted to make the Selectmen's office accessible and respon- 
sive and in keeping with that objective, this year's Annual Report summarizes the 
year's key events and activities and it also highlights some of the major issues that 
need to be addressed in the future. 

KEY APPOINTMENTS AND EVENTS 

May 5 Appointment of Edward A. J. Poskus as Building Inspector 

June 18 Special Town Meeting with 48 warrant articles 

September 6 Resignation of Executive Secretary 

September 22 Hazardous Waste Collection Day 

October 1 Retirement of Gordon E. Flint as Treasurer/Collector 

October 26-27 Selectmen attended Mass Municipal Association Meeting in 

Hyannis 
November 19 Special Town Meeting with 12 warrant articles 

ON-GOING BOARD ACTIVITIES 

Selectmen have attempted to maintain an "open-door" policy and encourage par- 
ticipation at our meetings and through personal contact with individual Board 
members. 

We have also set and refined policies regarding granting of licenses and permits 
to assure proper compliance, with expeditious action to be responsive to citizens' 
need«5 

The Board has continued to emphasize the need for enforcement of Zoning By 
laws. Not all violations can be dealt with at once, but Zoning laws must be applied 
evenly and fairly and we will continue to take the steps necessary to do so. 

The Board controls the use of regular and special Town Counsel by all elected 
and appointed officials and committees. The initiation of or response to litigation and 
the day-to-day legal work needed to assure proper implementation of laws and regula- 
tions is a time consuming, expensive, but necessary activity. The Board controls these 
expenditures closely, and assures that Counsel is used on a cost-effective basis, but 
we can never be forced to overlook the best interests of the Town simply because of 
the cost of potential cost of litigation. (Budget amounts and warrant articles give an in- 
dication of the magnitude of Counsel costs, but to provide an activity perspective, the 
Town was scheduled for seventeen court appearances during one month alone. 

TOWN FACILITIES 

We recognize the constraints of Proposition Two and One-half and, unfortunately, 
one place where it may appear easy to save money is in the upkeep of Town buildings 
and other facilities. However, this can be shortsighted and we must continue to main- 
tain and update our facilities in as cost-effective a way as possible. 

The Selectmen realize this need and have attempted to address the issue on a 
long-term basis by starting the process to improve Town Hall facilities, centralize 
municipal garage facilities and renovate the Police and Fire headquarters. 

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The expenditures required will be substantial, but this needs to be undertaken in 
order to improve services, prevent greater costs in the future and to provide Town 
employees with acceptable working conditions. 

BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS 

Selectmen encourage Town residents to participate actively in government 
through service on committees. We continue to need the knowledge and experience of 
residents to help deal with major issues. 

During the year the following advisory groups were formed: 

1. Town Garage Study Committee— to explore a centralized Highway and 
Tree and Park facility. 

2. Watershed Protection Area Study Committee— to facilitate the 
engineering study of the Lily Pond watershed area. 

3. Town Hall Study Committee— to improve Town offices and meeting 
space. 

4. Emergency Medical Services Advisory Committee— to assist in main- 
taining our quality ambulance service. 

The Ambulance Study Committee presented its report which led to some changes 
in the ambulance service and the formation of the Emergency Medical Services Ad- 
visory Committee. 

FUTURE PLANS 

We recognize the need to continue to upgrade policies and procedures to make 
the Board and the Selectmen's Office more efficient. A major step toward achieving 
this will be to hire a new Executive Secretary. 

Among the major issues and projects that need to be addressed are: 

1. Improvement of Town facilities, specifically the Town Hall and Town 
Garage and the Police and Fire Headquarters. 

2. Development of an effective job evaluation system for Town employee 
positions to assure all are classified and paid fairly and competitively. 

3. Installation of a performance appraisal system and training of depart- 
ment heads to use the system effectively. 

4. Assist the Planning Board in rewriting the Zoning Bylaws. 

5. Improve the effectiveness of computer facilities. 

The Board would like to thank our town employees who are crucial to the provi- 
sion of services to Cohasset residents and Town citizens who served on boards and 
committees during the year. Only through the coordinated efforts of employees, ac- 
tive residents and other elected officials can the Board of Selectmen fulfill its respon- 
sibilities to make Town government work effectively. We want to give a special note of 
thanks to Gordon E. Flint, who retired this year after thirty-three years of service to 
the Town, thirteen of these as Treasurer-Collector. 

We look forward to serving you in 1985 and encourage all of you to play an active 
role in Town government. 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 
Janet M. Chaike, Clifford Mitman, Jr., Chairman 

^c^'f^S Rocco F. Laugelle Frank W. England, Vice Cliairman 

Executive Secretary _ MaryJane E. McArthur John A. DeBassio 

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Town Clerk's Report 
Special Town Meeting 

January 17, 1984 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:00 
P.M. January 17, 1984, the following Articles were contained in the Warrant and 
acted upon as recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by 
Assistant Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:45 P.M. were Mary N. Grassie, Margaret 
C. Hernan, Barbara Williams, Mary E. BrennocV and Constance S. Jones. 

Tellers appointed by the Moderator William D. Weeks reported to work at 6:45 
P.M. were Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Robert S. Pape, Bernard H. Mulcahy and Grace R. 
Tuckerman. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 262. 

The meeting was called to order at 7:45 P.M. by the Moderator and the Assistant 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to conduct a hydrogeological/3anitary engineer- 
ing study and analysis to determine the impact of the operation of a sanitary land fill 
off Route 3A on the Town's water supply, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Thirty-Five 
Thousand and no/100 ($35,000.00) Dollars to conduct a hydrogeological/sanitary 
study and analysis and for related engineering services to determine the impact of the 
operation of a sanitary land fill off Route 3A on sources of the Town's drinking water 
supply. 

Article 1 . Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Two Thousand ($2,000.00) Dollars to be used in conjunc- 
tion with funds appropriated for the 1984 fiscal year for the sandblasting and staining 
of the Bates Building or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article 2 be indefinitely postponed. 

Article 2. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Forty-Seven Thousand Four Hundred Thirty ($47,430.00) 
Dollars to fund the settlement ot a case entitled Lowrey M. Bell, Jr., et al, v. Town of 
Cohasset, et al, pending in the U.S. District Court for the District for Massachusetts 
consistent with the terms of a Stipulation for Judgement signed by the parties in Oc- 
tober of 1983; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Forty-Seven 
Thousand Fifty-Six and 44/100 ($47,056.44) Dollars, consisting of a principal settle- 
ment amount of Forty-Five Thousand and no/100 ($45,000.00) Dollars together with 
accumulated interest of Two thousand Fifty-Six and 44/100 ($2,056.44) Dollars to 
fund the settlement of a case entitled Lowry M. Bell, Jr., etal v. Town of Cohasset, etal, 
pending in the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts consis- 
tent with the terms of a Stipulation for Judgement signed by the parties on October 



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1983, such sums to be used in full satisfaction of all Plaintiffs' claims for damages and 
legal fees. 

Article 3. voted by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer from 
available funds a sum of money to retain consultants specialized in the field of fire ser- 
vices, to conduct an evaluation of the Cohasset Fire Department; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($20,000.00) Dollars to retain consultants specialized in the field of 
Fire services to conduct an evaluation of the Cohasset Fire Department. 

First Amendment MOVED by Glenn Pratt: That the Motion under Article 4 be 
amended to provide that: 

The Board of Selectmen be directed to conduct an evaluation of the Cohasset Fire 
Department or appoint a committee of citizens to conduct an evaluation of the 
Cohasset Fire Department and report to the Board of Selectmen within 9 months of 
the adoption of this Vote. 

Amendment by Glenn Pratt voted by a hand vote, YES 155— NO 97. 

Second Amendment MOVED by Glenn Pratt: That the Main motion under Article 4 
be further amended to delete the use of outside, consultants and the appropriation of 
$20,000.00. 

Second Amendment voted by a voice vote. 

Article 4. The Main Motion as amended by the two amendments offered by Mr. Pratt 
was then voted by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to amend the General Bylaws of the Town 
of Cohasset by striking the words "not exceeding One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars" as 
they appear in Article I, Section I, (f), and substituting in their place instead, the words 
"Two Hundred ($200.00) Dollars." 

MOVED: That the Town amend Article I, Section I, Paragraph (f) of the General 
Bylaws by striking the words "not exceeding One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars" as they 
appear in said Article, Section and Paragraph and substituting in their place and 
stead the words "not to exceed Two Hundred ($200.00) Dollars." 

Article 5. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand ($25,000.00) Dollars for 
general legal services to supplement funds appropriated at the 1983 Annual Town 
Meeting, or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty-Five 
Thousand and no/100 ($25,000.00) Dollars for general legal services of Town 
Counsel, to supplement funds appropriated at the 1983 Annual Town Meeting. 

Article 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Thirteen Thousand, Nine Hundred Eleven Dollars, 



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and Twelve Cents ($13,911.12) in payment of legal services as follows: 

(a) The sum of Three Thousand, Seventy Five Dollars ($3,075.00) to Goodwin, 
Procter and Hoar in connection with the case of Planning Board of the Town of 
Coh asset v. Yankee Oil & Gas, Inc. and the Board of Zoning Appeals of the Town of 
Cohasset, Norfolk Superior Court, Docket No. 140985. 

(b) The sum of Ten Thousand, Eight Hundred Thirty Six Dollars and Twelve 
Cents ($10,836.12) to Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo in connection with the case of 
Harry H. Hitter, as he is Harbor Master of the Town of Cohasset v. William R. Figueiredo, 
Norfolk Probate and Family Court, Civil Action No. 79-E0097-G1; or acton anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Thirteen Thou- 
sand Nine Hundred Six and 98/100 ($13,906.98) Dollars for the payment of legal 
services as follows: 

(a) The sum of Three Thousand Seventy and 89/100 ($3,070.89) Dollars to 
Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar in connection with the case of Planning Board of the Town of 
Cohasset v. Yankee Oil & Gas Inc. and the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of 
Cohasset, Norfolk Superior Court Docket Number 140985. 

(b) The sum of Ten Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty-Six and 12/100 
($10,836.12) Dollars to Roche, Carens & DeGiacomo in connection with the case of 
Harry H. Ritter, as he is The Harbor Master of the Town of Cohasset v. William R. 
Figueiredo, Norfolk Probate and Family Court, Civil Action Number 79-E0097-G1. 

Article 7. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money for Fire Department overtime salaries and 
wages to supplement funds appropriated at the 1983 Annual Town Meeting; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Forty-Five 
Thousand and No/100 ($45,000.00) Dollars for Fire Department overtime salaries 
and wages to supplement funds appropriated at the 1983 Annual Town Meeting. 

Article 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of One thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine 
dollars and thirteen cents ($1,879.13) for the payment of unpaid bills itemized below 
relating to fiscal year 1983; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Purpose 

Settlement of grievance 
Settlement of arbitration 
Settlement of Civil Service Appeal 
Settlement of grievance 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of One Thousand 
Eight Hundred Seventy-Nine and 13/100 ($1,879.13) Dollars for the payment of un- 
paid bills itemized below relating to the 1983 fiscal year: 

Dept. Payee Amount Purpose 

Fire Paul Bilodeau $633.97 Settlement of grievance 

Fire William Protulis 527.42 Settlement of arbitration 

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Dept. 


Payee 


Amount 


Fire 


Paul Bilodeau 


$633.97 


Fire 


William Protulis 


527.42 


Fire 


James Runey 


186.47 


Fire 


EricWenzlow 


531.27 




Total 


$1,879.13 



Fire 
Fire 



James Runey 
EricWenzlow 



186.47 
531.27 



Settlement of Civil Service Appeal 
Settlement of grievance 



Total $1,879.13 

Article 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to be added to the Stabilization funds; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of Twenty-Two 
Thousand ($22,000.00) to be added to the stabilization fund. 

Article 10. Voted by a voice vote. 

MOVED: At 9:56 P.M.; That the meeting be dissolved. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 

Assistant Town Clerk 



Presidential Primary 

March 13, 1984 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by Assistant Town Clerk Frances L. 
Marks at 6:45 A.M. 

Election Officers Present 

Mary N. Grassie, Deputy Warden R 

Jean Salvador, Clerk D 

Bernard Mulcahy D 



Inspectors Democrats 






Barbara Williams 


D 




Ann Leonard 


D 




MaryA. Fiori 


D 




Janice Rosa no 


D 




Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 


D 




Inspectors Republicans 






Eileen Buckley 


R 




Betty Pearce 


R 




Katherine Lincoln 


R 




Janet MacLure 


R 




Patricia Ann Walsh 


D 


Reported at 12:30 P.M 


Margaret C. Hernan 


D 


Reported at 1:00 P.M 


Ellen M. Patrolia 


1 


Reported at 4:00 P.M 


Domenic M. Baccari 


R 


Reported at 5:00 P.M 


Eunice Clark 


R 


Reported at 10:00 A.M 



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B. 


1505 


C. 


495 


D. 


6 


E. 


489 


F. 


15 



Precinct No. 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening of Polls at 7:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received— D 1000 

( packets x 50 = A)— RIOOO A. 2000 

B. Number of unused card ballots 
(25 packets x 50 plus number 43 
remaining in partially used packets = B) 

C. Number of card ballot cards used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from Envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 
1. Ballot card absentee D-13 

R- 2 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 

(Add E and F) G. 504 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

(G. and H. Should be the same) H. 504 

J. Card ballots to computer center J. 504 

Precinct No. 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening of Polls at 7:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received DIOOO 
( packets x 50 = A) 

B. Number of unused card ballots 
( packets x 50 plus number) 

C. Number of card ballots used 
(Subtract B from A) 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 
(Total from envelope #3) 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 
(Subtract D from C) 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 
D-12 
R- 1 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
(Add E and F) 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

(G.and H. should be the same) 
I. Card ballots to computer center 

DEMOCRATIC PARTY Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 

PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 

Jesse Jackson 

Gary Hart 

Reubin Askew 

George McGovern 

Walter F. Mondale 

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A. 


2000 


B. 


1479 


C. 


521 


D. 


10 


E. 


511 


F. 


13 


G. 


524 


H. 


524 


1. 


524 



20 


9 


29 


166 


176 


342 


1 


1 


2 


129 


130 


259 


80 


77 


157 



Ernest F. Hollings 





2 


2 


Alan Cranston 











John Glenn 


42 


42 


84 


No Preference 


2 


3 


5 


Blanks 


5 


7 


12 


Total 


445 


447 


892 


STATE COMMITTEE MAN 








John F. Delehanty 


259 


280 


539 


Blanks 


186 


167 


353 


Total 


445 


447 


892 


STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 








Norma Fenochietti 


280 


274 


554 


Blanks 


165 


173 


338 


Total 


445 


447 


892 


COHASSET TOWN COMMITTEE 








Group 


171 


162 


343 


Gerry E. Studds 


303 


264 


567 


Donna J. McGee 


245 


250 


495 


Karen Corcoran 


208 


199 


407 


Jeremiah F. Barrett 


212 


192 


404 


Patricia Anne Walsh 


246 


233 


479 


Edwin H.Tebbetts 


249 


211 


460 


JohnK. McNabb.Jr. 


253 


248 


501 


Frederick R. Koed 


229 


236 


465 


Lisa Koed 


220 


223 


443 


Peter J. Pratt 


263 


253 


516 


Mary D. Richard 


230 


199 


429 


Margaret R.Charles 


252 


220 


472 


Priscilla S. Tebbetts 


245 


215 


460 


Helen Barrow 


237 


238 


475 


Dorothea C. Bjorkgren 


203 


200 


403 


Charlotte Leiand 


209 


196 


405 


Roberta A. Suhrbier 


203 


198 


401 


Janet L. Figueiredo 


252 


254 


506 


Rosalind F. Whittemore 


206 


192 


398 


Sharon L. Becker 


227 


209 


436 


John W. Trayers, Sr. 


216 


223 


439 


Eleanor Trayers 


216 


217 


433 


Chartis B. Langmaid 


245 


229 


474 


Alice F. Daunt 


252 


255 


507 


KirkS.Giffen 


196 


184 


380 


Marjorie B. Giffen 


195 


186 


381 


Ronald H.Goodwin 


225 


232 


457 


Marilyn R. Sweeney 


223 


213 


436 


Write-ins 








Jean Salvador 





9 


9 


Mary Fiori 


1 


8 


9 


Edward Lappen 





23 


23 


MarkDiGiacomo 





22 


22 



25 



3 


20 


23 





22 


22 





1 


1 



Patricia Laugelle 

Julie McNabb 

Ronald Reagan 

Blanks 

Total 3,111 3,024 9,298 

REPUBLICAN PARTY 

PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE 

Ronald W. Reagan 

No Preference 

Blanks 

Total 

STATE COMMITTEE MAN 
Thomas J. Barry 
Blanks 

STATE COMMITTEE WOMAN 

Paula E. Logan 

Blanks 

Total 

COHASSET REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE 

Group 1 

Juliette D. Guild 

Leonora C. Jenkins 

Jonathan R. Creighton 

Grace R.Tuckerman 

Patricia C. Buckley 

Judith P. Volungis 

Barbara Bowman 

Edward F.Woods 

Rita M. Strong 

Richard J. Silvia 

Judith A. Burke 

Martha K. Gjesteby 

Rosette N.Greco 

Burtram J. Pratt 

William D. Weeks 

Frank W. England 

Nancy H. O'Toole 

Edward F. Marshall 

Mary Jane E. McArthur 

Anne S. Moore 

Lloyd W. Prescott 

Arthur L.Clark 

Mary Jeannette Murray 

Lillian M. Murray 

Frederick W. Johansen 

Wayne Sawchuk 

Geoffrey E. Nothnagle 

Roberts. Pape 

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69 


47 


116 


4 


1 


5 


6 


8 


14 


79 


56 


135 


66 


44 


110 


12 


13 


25 


46 


68 


114 


10 


11 


21 


56 


77 


135 


44 


30 


74 


57 


39 


96 


51 


31 


82 


51 


31 


82 


57 


40 


97 


64 


38 


102 


52 


34 


86 


52 


33 


85 


58 


41 


99 


54 


39 


93 


52 


38 


90 


51 


31 


82 


53 


40 


93 


51 


31 


82 


51 


41 


92 


66 


46 


112 


58 


36 


94 


57 


38 


95 


51 


33 


84 


53 


42 


95 


49 


38 


87 


49 


38 


87 


65 


39 


104 


59 


45 


104 


52 


35 


87 


48 


34 


82 


53 


37 


90 


53 


36 


89 


57 


41 


98 



53 


38 


91 


48 


32 


80 


51 


33 


84 


54 


39 


93 


47 


36 


84 


48 


34 


82 


60 


40 


100 


890 


669 


1,559 



Frederick E. Howe 

George T. Jones, lil 

MichaelJ. Howley 

Robert C.Jordan 

EricG. Pearson 

Margaret M.O'Donnell 

Michele Buckley 

Blanks 

Totals 1,765 1,960 3,725 

Polls closed at 8:00 P.M. 

Moved that this meeting be dissolved at 11:30 P.M. 

Frances L. Marks 

Asst. Town Clerk 



Town Clerk's Report of the Annual Town Meeting 

April 7, 1984 

At the Annual Business Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
1:00 P.M., the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by 
the Assistant Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 12:30 P.M. were Margaret Hernan, 
Barbara Williams, Janice Rosano, Connie Jones, Mary N. Grassie, Ellen Patrolia and 
Betty Pearce. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 1:00 P.M. were Robert S. 
Pape, Bernard Mulcahy, Fred Howe and Grace Tuckerman. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 340. 
At 1:45 P.M. the meeting was called to order by the Moderator and the Assistant 
Town Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Rev. John M. Ben bow gave the invocation. 

Members of the Cohasset Boy Scout Troop presented the colors and led the 
pledge of allegiance to the flag. 

Article 1. To choose all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 
MOVED. That the appropriate appointing authority as set forth by General Laws ap- 
point all Town Officers not required to be elected by ballot. 
Article 1 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To act upon the reports of the various Town Officers as printed in the 
Annual Town Report for 1983. 

MOVED. That the report of the various Town Officers as printed in the Annual Town 
Report for 1983 be accepted. 
Article 2 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To hear the reports of any Committee heretofore chosen and act 
thereon. 



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MOVED. That the report of any Committee heretofore chosen be heard, and that the 

reports of Town Committees be heard, accepted and that the Committees continue in 

office. 

Article 3 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY MARY JANE McARTHUR, CHAIRMAN 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS Charles A. Marks has served the Town of Cohasset continuously for 
the past thirty-nine and one-half years: twenty-six years as Town Clerk and has 
recently retired from that position, and for thirteen and one-half years in a variety of 
other capacities, including Clerk to the Board of Selectmen, Assessors and Welfare 
Department and as Assistant Town Clerk; 

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the citizens of Cohasset, in Town 
Meeting assembled, hereby record their keen appreciation of the distinguished serv- 
ice rendered in their behalf by Charles A. Marks as Town Clerk of Cohasset 
throughout the period from 1957 to 1984; a service marked by conscientious effort 
and proficiency and common sense in administering the interests of the Town, a calm 
and human approach in dealing with many a problem, and a friendly atmosphere con- 
tributing to harmonious public relations; and they further express the hope that with 
the continuing esteem of his fellow citizens he may live long and have peaceful retire- 
ment from public service. 
RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by voice vote. 

RESOLUTION BY MARY JANE McARTHUR, CHAIRMAN 
OF THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

BE IT RESOLVED THAT: 

WHEREAS The Town of Cohasset is served by over one hundred fifty men and 
women who volunteer their time by serving unselfishly on thirty different Boards, 
Committees, Councils, Commissions and as representatives to various organizations; 
and 

WHEREAS these men and women by volunteering their valuable time bring a 
variety of expertise and talent to the Town's Boards and Committees free of charge; 
and 

WHEREAS the broad based citizen participation collectively resulting from these 
volunteers' time and effort leads to a more representative and responsive Town 
government; 

NOW, THEREFORE, be it the expression of this meeting here assembled to pro- 
claim the Town's sincere gratitude and appreciation for these volunteers' dedicated 
service to the Town of Cohasset, with a special vote of thanks to former Conservation 
Commission Chairman, John Hubbard, and former Zoning Board of Appeals Chair- 
man, Robet Booth, Jr., each of whom dedicated nineteen years to the Boards they 
served so diligently. 
RESOLUTION adopted unanimously by voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to fix the salaries and compensation of 
Elected Officers, and to see what sums the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, 
from available funds, or otherwise, for the payment of the salaries and compensation, 



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expenses, equipment and outlays, capital and otherwise, of the several Town Depart- 
ments, for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

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Article 4. MOVED that this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote; 
that the sum of 8,264,843.00 is appropriated, the sum of $61,412.00 for salaries of 
elected Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $6,199.00; Clerk, Board of 
Registrars, $329.00; Highway Surveyor, $21,899.00; Moderator, $125.00; 
Treasurer-Collector, $24,060.00; Selectmen, $5,100.00; Assessors, $3,700.00, for 
the ensuing fiscal year and that 8,203,431.00 for personal Services, Expenses, 
Capital Outlays, Interest, Maturing Debt and other charges for the various depart- 
ments for the ensuing fiscal year said being recommended for all purposes, as shown 
in Appendix A pages 5 through 14 inclusive, Annual Town Meeting Warrant April 7, 
1984, copy attached hereto and to meet said appropriation the following transfers are 
authorized from: Income from Trust Funds— Parks: Wheelwright Park, $1,400.00; 
Wadleigh Park, $400.00; Robert Charles Billings and Billings-Pratt, $300.00; State 
Aid Water Pollution Control $2,075.00; Dog Licenses from County $451.85; Income 
from Trust Funds-Library, $5,000.00; State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income 
from Trust Funds-Cemeteries: Woodside, $5,400.00; Beechwood, $1,000.00, 
Federal Revenue Sharing Funds received or to be received $74,000.00; the balance 
as follows: from Water Revenue 555,818.00 from Surplus Revenue, $50,000.00; 
and taxation the sum of 7,565,411.15. 



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Article 4. Amendment by Donna McGee 

MOVED: That the pending Motion under Article 4 be amended by deleting from Ap- 
pendix A Department Number 39, "Personal Services," the figure, "11,307.00," and 
substituting therefore the figure. "17,009.00; and further that such motion be 
amended by deleting from Appendix A, page 7, "Total General Government," the 
figure "1,135,977.00," and substituting therefore the figure, "1,141,679.00"; and 
further that such motion be amended by deleting from Appendix A, page 14, "Grand 
Total Budget Article," the figure, "8,264,843.00," and substituting therefore, the 
figure, "8,270,545.00"; and further that such motion be amended by deleting in Line 
2, the figure, "8,264.843.00," and substituting therefore the figure, 
"8,270,545.00"; and further that such motion be amended by deleting in Line 6 the 
figure, "8,203.431.00," and substituting therefore the figure "8,209,133.00"; and 
further that such motion be amended by deleting in Line 18, the figure, 
"7,565,411.15," and substituting therefore, the figure, "7,571,113.15"; and that 
the pending motion under Article 4 shall read as foiows: 

Article 4. Amendment 

MOVED: That this article be considered, covered and acted upon in one vote, that 
the sum of $8,270,545.00 is appropriated, the sum of $61,412.00 for salaries of 
elected Town Officers as follows: Town Clerk, $6,199.00: Clerk, Board of 
Registrars, $329.00; Highway Surveyor, $21,899.00; Moderator, $125.00; 
Treasurer-Collector, $24,060.00; Selectmen, $5,100.00; Assessors, $3,700.00, for 
the ensuing fiscal year and that $8,209,133.00 for personal Services, Expenses, 
Capital Outlays, Interest, Maturing Debt and other charges for the various depart- 
ments for the ensuing fiscal year said being recommended for all purposes, as shown 
in Appendix A pages 5 through 14 inclusive. Annual Town meeting Warrant April 7, 
1984, copy attached hereto and to meet said appropriation the following transfers are 
authorized from: Income from Trust Funds-Parks: Wheelwright Park, $1,400.00; 
Wadleigh Park, $400.00; Robert Charles Billings and Billings-Pratt, $300.00; State 
Aid Water Pollution Control $2,075.00; Dog Licenses from County $451.05; Income 
from Trust Funds-Library, $5,000.00; State Aid for Libraries, $3,587.00; Income 
from Trust Funds-Cemeteries: Woodside, $5,400.00; Beechwood, $1,000.00, 
Federal Revenue Sharing Funds received or to be received $74,000.00; the balance 
as follows: from Water Revenue $555,818.00; from Surplus Revenue, $50,000.00; 
and taxation the sum of $7,571,113.15. 



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-60- 



APPENDIX B 

CAPITAL OUTLAY ALLOTMENTS 
Other than Schools 

NOTE: The term Capital Outlay covers an expenditure of $200.00 or more for equip- 
ment or of $500.00 or more for the reconstruction or establishment of a physical bet- 
terment, the useful life of which is expected to exceed two years. Separate line ap- 
propriations are shown for these items since they represent special and specific 
allotments and are intended to be expended solely for the purposes incidated. 





July 1, 1984 






June 30, 1985 


Total 


Selectmen: 






Office Furniture 




$ 880.00 


Elections & Town Meeting: 






Computer Table 




107.00 


Town Accountant: 






Desk Chair 




175.00 


Assessors: 






Electric Typewriter 




600.00 


Treasurer— Collector: 






Calculator 


197.00 




Desk 


170.00 


367.00 


Town Clerk: 






4-Drawer File Cabinet 




237.00 


Planning Board: 






(2) File Cabinets 




490.00 


Town Hall: 






Exterior Painting and Sign 


2,100.00 




Communications Systems 


350.00 


2,450.00 


Town Buildings: 






Bates Building: 






Exterior Painting (Supplement to F'84 Approp) 


2,425.00 




Building Maintenance (incl. fire extinguishers) 


2,082.00 




Repairing sills 


2,000.00 




Phone system 


1,900.00 


8,407.00 


Unclassified: 






Paint flagpole & purchase banner for Town Meeting 


700.00 


Police: 






(3) Vehicles less trade in of 2 vehicles 


29,500.00 




Television Monitor System 


3,500.00 




Breathalizer 


4,000.00 




Binoculars 


175.00 




Batteries 


650.00 


37,825.00 


Tree and Park: 






Chain Saw 


300.00 




(1) Mower Deck 


1,350.00 




Flail Mower 


2,000.00 


3,650.00 


Harbor Dept.: 






(2) Radios 


1,560.00 




Outside weather box with timer 


125.00 




40 h.p. Outboard Motor less trade in of 






1981 40 h. p. outboard 


1,220.00 


2,905.00 



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Wire Dept: 






1700 Watt Generator 


649.00 




Outer Fire Alarm cases 


195.00 




(4) 6 volt batteries for Fire Alarm 


500.00 


1,344.00 


Highway: 






Communications Systems 


2,006.00 




Overhead Door 


1,755.00 




(2) Track assemblies and steering bands 






for sidewalk plow 


3,180.00 




(1) Site Boss Level and Tripod 


343.00 


7,284.00 


Sewer: 






File Cabinet 


225.00 




Scale 


800.00 




Truck 


9,500.00 


10.525.00 


Board of Health: 






Typewriter 


499.00 




File Cabinet 


191.00 




Copy Machine 


700.00 




Calculator and Handbook 


160.00 




Telephone 


162.00 


1,712.00 


Cemeteries: 






Electric Heater 


150.00 




Repair and reset wall in front of 






Beech wood Cemetery 


2,000.00 


2,150.00 


Library: 






Repairs to brick work 




3,660.00 


Water Dept.: 






Copy Machine 


2,400.00 




Line Printer 


2,500.00 




Range Expander 


275.00 




Lime Slurry Pump 


1,800.00 




FlouridePump 


785.00 




Portable radio with charger 


580.00 


8,340.00 
$93,808.00 



Article 4. The vote on the motion for an Amendment by a voice vote did not carry, 
whereupon the vote was questioned from the floor by the required seven (7) voters. 
The motion for the Amendment was therefore defeated. 

Article 4. Amendment by Robert Sturdy 

MOVED. That the Main motion under Article 4 be amended as follows: By deleting 
from Appendix A, page 6, Department Number 45, "Town Counsel," the figure, 
"55,000.00," and substituting therefore the figure, "14,215.00." By deleting the 
figure "8,215.00" and substituting therefore the figure, "14,215.00." 
Article 4. The motion for the Amendment was voted on by a voice vote and defeated. 

The Main Motion under this Article was then adopted. 

Article 5. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Person- 
nel Committee, and to see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification 
By-Law Schedule by adopting or amending as heretofore adopted and to raise and ap- 
propriate a sum of money necessary to pay the increases in compensation according 
to any amendments to the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule for the ensuing 
fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 



-62- 



SALARY & RATE SCHEDULES-FISCAL 1985 



SCHEDULE NO. 1 




HOURLY 






Pay Group 


Min. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


3rd Step 


C-1 


5.04 


5.20 


5.39 


5.51 


C-2 


5.30 


5.47 


5.66 


5.80 


C-3 


5.57 


5.74 


5.93 


6.08 


C-4 


5.83 


6.02 


6.21 


6.37 


C-5 


6.09 


6.29 


6.48 


6.65 


C-6 


6.35 


6.56 


6.75 


6.93 


C-7 


6.62 


6.84 


7.02 


7.22 


C-8 


6.88 


7.11 


7.30 


7.50 


C-9 


7.14 


7.38 


7.57 


7.78 


C-10 


7.40 


7.65 


7.84 


8.09 


C-11 


7.67 


7.93 


8.12 


8.35 


C-12 


7.93 


8.20 


8.39 


8.63 


C-13 


8.19 


8.47 


8.66 


8.84 


C-14 


8.45 


8.75 


8.94 


9.20 


C-15 


8.79 


9.06 
ANNUAL 


9.28 


9.52 


S-8 


15,485 


16,063 


16,590 


17,145 


S-9 


16.504 


16,986 


17,466 


17.949 


S-10 


17,449 


17,978 


18,510 


19,035 


S-11 


18,185 


18,746 


19,308 


19.871 


S-12 


19,325 


19,931 


20,541 


21.152 


S-13 


19,871 


20,510 


21,150 


21.840 


S-14 


21,058 


21,923 


22,793 


23.650 


S-15 


21,807 


22,665 


23,536 


24.400 


S-16 


25,208 


26,190 


27,208 


28.268 


S-17 


26,552 


27,588 


28,662 


29,777 


S-18 


27,824 


29,049 


30,180 


31,357 


S-19 


29,216 


30,385 


31,601 


32,865 



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PROPOSED EXTENSION OF SCHEDULE NO. 1 
FISCAL 1986 

HOURLY 



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4th Step 


5th Step 


6th Step 


C-1 


5.73 


5.95 


6.18 


C-2 


6.03 


6.26 


6.50 


C-3 


6.32 


6.57 


6.84 


C-4 


6.62 


6.88 


7.15 


C-5 


6.91 


7.18 


7.47 


C-6 


7.20 


7.49 


7.78 


C-7 


7.50 


7.79 


8.10 


C-8 


7.79 


8.10 


8.41 


C-9 


8.09 


8.40 


8.74 


0-10 


8.38 


8.70 


9.05 


C-11 


8.67 


9.02 


9.38 


C-12 


8.97 


9.32 


9.69 


C-13 


9.19 


9.56 


9.93 


C-14 


9.57 


9.94 


10.33 


C-15 


9.88 


10.27 
ANNUAL 


10.68 


S-8 


17,831 


18,544 


19,286 


S-9 


18,667 


19,413 


20,189 


8-10 


19,797 


20,588 


21,413 


S-11 


20,666 


21,492 


22,352 


S-12 


21,998 


22,878 


23,793 


S-13 


22,714 


23,622 


24,567 


S-14 


24,596 


25,580 


26,603 


S-15 


25,376 


26,391 


27,447 


8-16 


29,399 


30,575 


31,798 


8-17 


30,968 


32,207 


33,495 


8-18 


32,612 


33,916 


35,273 


8-19 


34,180 


35,547 


36,968 



-64 



SCHEDULE No. 2 (Part-time Positions) 

ANNUAL 

Veterans' Agent 1,600 

Member, Board of Registrars 326 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 500 

Director of Civil Defense 200 

Shellfish Constable 500 

Dog Officer 3,000 

HOURLY 

North Cohasset and Beechwood Cemeteries 4.50 

Assistant Harbor Master 4.50 

Night Patrol— Harbor 4.50 

Casual Labor 4.50 

Election Officers 3.22 

Election Clerk 3.48 

Election Warden 3.79 

Intermittent Firefighter 5.33 

Intermittent Patrolman 5.33 

Matron— Police 5.33 
Secretary— Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, 

Conservation Commission Pay Group C-4 

Library Pages 3.00 

Page— Clerical 3.35 

Page— Typist 4.00 

SCHEDULE No. 3 (Part-time Positions) 

OTHER 

Grave Opening and Closing 45.00 

Constable— per notice 15.00 

Executive Secretary to Board of Selectmen 

Per Contract 
ANNUAL 25,000.00 

SCHEUDLE No. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL Fiscal 1984 

Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 
Pay Group Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step Max. Rate 

PS-9 17,399 17,808 18,217 18,827 

PS-11 - - - 20,898 

PS-12 _ _ — 23,197 

Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 6y2%. 
Prosecutor and Detective each earn an additional $500.00 per year. 

Police Chief per Contract— March 16, 1983: 
1st year 29,000.00 

2nd year 30,740.00 

3rd year 32,584.00 

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SCHEDULE No. 5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 



Fiscal 1984 



Fire Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

Pay Group Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step Max. Rate 

FS-9 16,778 17,195 17,630 18,024 

FS-11 19,453 19,938 20,417 20,903 



Fire Ch 
1st year 
2nd year 
3rd year 


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1983: 

28,000.00 
29,680.00 
31,460.00 




Department 


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Hours 


Board of Selectmen 
Executive Secretary 
Administrative Secretary 
Assistant Administrative Secretary 


Contract 

C-9 

C-5 






40 
35 


Town Accountant 
Assistant Accountant and Clerk 
Clerk— Bookkeeper 


S-19 

C-7 

C-6 






35 
35 


Treasurer— Collector 
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Clerk 
Clerk 


C-7 
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C-5 






35 
35 
10 


Board of Assessors 
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Clerk Typist 




C-7 
C-4 






35 
20 


Town Clerk 
Assistant Town Clerk 




C-6 






15 


Town Hall Custodian 




C-7 






40 


Police Department 
Police Chief 
Lieutenant 
Sergeant 
Patrolman 




Contract 
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PS- 11 
PS-9 


14 




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37^2 
37^2 


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20 


5 
5 


42 
42 


Wire Department 
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C-8 




1 
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40 



66 



Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 
Tree and Park Department 



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40 



Superintendent— Working 


S-13 


1 


1 40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-10 


1 


1 40 


Tree Climber 


C-10 


1 


1 40 


Laborer 


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1 40 


Laborer— Cemetery 


C-6 


1 


1 40 


Board of Health 








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1 




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C-4 


1 


1 30 


Landfill: 








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1 


1 40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


C-10 


1 


1 40 


Recycling Monitor 


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1 


1 19y2 


Sewer Department 








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1 




Operator II 


C-10 






Operator 1 


C-9 


2 


1 20.40 


Operator— Trainee 


C-6 






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C-5 






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C-4 


1 


1 20 


Highway Department 








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C-14 


1 


1 40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


C-11 


2 


1 40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-9 




1 40 


Laborer— Truck Driver 


C-7 


2 


1 40 


Harbor Department 








Harbor Master 


S-11 


1 




Library 








Chief Librarian 


S-16 


1 




Librarian (1) 


S-10 


1 


1 35 


Librarian (2) 


S-10 


2 


1 20,23 


Para-Professional 


C-9 


1 


1 22 


Clerks 


C-3 


2 


1 35 


Custodian 


C-7 


1 


1 17 


Pages 








Recreation Department 








Recreation Director 


S-14 


1 




Water Department 








Superintendent 


S-17 


1 




Plant Supervisor 


S-14 


1 




Systems Supervisor 


S-14 






Bookkeeper— Secretary 


C-8 


1 


1 35 


Equipment Operator 


C-11 


1 


1 40 


Operator— Lab Director 


C-11 


1 


1 40 


Plant Operators 


C-10 


2 


1 40 


Serviceman 


C-10 


1 


1 40 



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utility Man— Skilled C-9 1 1 40 

Utility Man— Unskilled C-7 1 1 40 

*also works 5 hrs. per week for Zoning Board of Appeals. 



Schedule I 

Cost of Amendments to Personnel Committee By Law 

In Accordance with Article 5 



Department 


Various Departments Person 


1 


Water (From Water Revenue) 


3 


Selectmen's Office 


25 


Accountant's Office 


29 


Assessor's Office 


35 


Treasurer— Collector's Office 


39 


Town Clerk's Office 


61 


Zoning Board of Appeals 


63 


Planning Board 


65 


Town Hall 


109 


Tree and Park 


111 


Harbor 


113 


Building Inspector 


121 


Wire 


300 


Highway 


403 


Landfill 


403 


Landfill— Recycling 


407 


Sewer 


501 


Board of Health 


571 


Cemeteries 


601 


Library 


621 


Recreation 



8,946.00 
1,047.00 
2.911.00 



1,388.00 
1,759.00 

351.00 

112.00 
90.00 

998.00 
3,500.00 
1,368.00 
1,922.00 
2,367.00 
8,260.00 
1,627.00 

294.00 
4,827.00 
1,807.00 

728.00 
9,976.00 
1,993.00 

$56.271.00 



Article 5. 

MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Personnel Committee with 
respect to amending the Personnel Classification By-Law Schedule be and hereby is 
amended by adopting, inserting and substituting the following schedule for the 
schedule heretofore adopted; and that the sum of $8,946.00 be appropriated from 
Water Department revenue and the balance of $47,327.00 is raised and ap- 
propriated by taxation to pay increases set forth in the amended schedule for the en- 
suing fiscal period and these amounts are to be credited to the personal services ap- 
propriation accounts affected in accordance with the attached schedule. 



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SAURY & RATE SCHEDULES-FISCAL 1985 



SCHEDULE NO. 1 




HOURLY 






Pay Group 


Min. Rate 


1st Step 


2nd Step 


3rd Step 


C-1 


5.04 


5.20 


5.39 


5.51 


C-2 


5.30 


5.47 


5.66 


5.80 


C-3 


5.57 


5.74 


5.93 


6.08 


C-4 


5.83 


6.02 


6.21 


6.37 


C-5 


6.09 


6.29 


6.48 


6.65 


C-6 


6.35 


6.56 


6.75 


6.93 


C-7 


6.62 


6.84 


7.02 


7.22 


C-S 


6.88 


7.11 


7.30 


7.50 


C-9 


7.14 


7.38 


7.57 


7.78 


C-10 


7.40 


7.65 


7.84 


8.09 


0-11 


7.67 


7.93 


8.12 


8.35 


C-12 


7.93 


8.20 


8.39 


8.63 


C-13 


8.19 


8.47 


8.66 


8.84 


C-14 


8.45 


8.75 


8.94 


9.20 


C-15 


8.79 


9.06 
ANNUAL 


9.28 


9.52 


S-8 


15,485 


16,063 


16,590 


17,145 


S-9 


16,504 


16,986 


17,466 


17,949 


S-10 


17,449 


17,978 


18,510 


19,035 


S-11 


18,185 


18,746 


19,308 


19,871 


S-12 


19,325 


19,931 


20,541 


21,152 


S-13 


19,871 


20,510 


21,150 


21,840 


S-14 


21,058 


21,923 


22,793 


23,650 


S-15 


21,807 


22,665 


23,536 


24,400 


S-16 


25,208 


26,190 


27,208 


28,268 


S-17 


26,552 


27,588 


28,662 


29,777 


S-18 


27,824 


29,049 


30,180 


31,357 


S-19 


29,216 


30,385 


31,601 


32,865 



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PROPOSED EXTENSION OF SCHEDULE NO. 1 
FISCAL 1986 

HOURLY 



y Group 


4th Step 


5th Step 


6th Step 


C-1 


5.73 


5.95 


6.18 


C-2 


6.03 


6.26 


6.50 


C-3 


6.32 


6.57 


6.84 


C-4 


6.62 


6.88 


7.15 


C-5 


6.91 


7.18 


7.47 


C-6 


7.20 


7.49 


7.78 


C-7 


7.50 


7.79 


8.10 


C-8 


7.79 


8.10 


8.41 


C-9 


8.09 


8.40 


8.74 


C-10 


8.38 


8.70 


9.05 


C-11 


8.67 


9.02 


9.38 


C-12 


8.97 


9.32 


9.69 


C-13 


9.19 


9.56 


9.93 


C-14 


9.57 


9.94 


10.33 


C-15 


9.88 


10.27 


10.68 




ANNUAL 




S-8 


17,831 


18,544 


19,286 


S-9 


18,667 


19,413 


20,189 


S-10 


19,797 


20,588 


21,413 


S-11 


20,666 


21,492 


22.352 


S-12 


21,998 


22,878 


23,793 


3-13 


22,714 


23,622 


24,567 


S-14 


24,596 


25,580 


26,603 


S-15 


25,376 


26,391 


27,447 


S-16 


29,399 


30,575 


31,798 


S-17 


30,968 


32,207 


33,495 


S-18 


32,612 


33,916 


35.273 


S-19 


34,180 


35,547 


36,968 



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SCHEDULE No. 2 (Part-time Positions) 

ANNUAL 

Veterans' Agent 1,600 

Member, Board of Registrars 326 

Sealer of Weights and Measures 500 

Director of Civil Defense 200 

Shellfish Constable 500 

Dog Officer 3,000 

HOURLY 

North Cohasset and Beechwood Cemeteries 4.50 

Assistant Harbor Master 4.50 

Night Patrol— Harbor 4.50 

Casual Labor 4.50 

Election Officers 3.22 

Election Clerk 3.48 

Election Warden 3.79 

Intermittent Firefighter 5.33 

Intermittent Patrolman 5.33 

Matron— Police 5.33 
Secretary— Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, 

Conservation Commission Pay Group C-4 

Library Pages 3.00 

Page— Clerical 3.35 

Page— Typist 4.00 

SCHEDULE No. 3 (Part-time Positions) 

OTHER 

Grave Opening and Closing 45.00 

Constable— per notice 15.00 

Executive Secretary to Board of Selectmen 
Per Contract 

ANNUAL 25,000.00 

SCHEUDLE No. 4 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL Fiscal 1984 

Police Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 
Pay Group Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step Max. Rate 

PS-9 17,399 17,808 18,217 18,827 

PS- 11 - - - 20,898 

PS-12 - _ _ 23,197 

Police officers working night shifts are paid an additional premium of 6y2%. 
Prosecutor and Detective each earn an additional $500.00 per year. 

Police Chief per Contract— March 16, 1983: 
1st year 29,000.00 

2nd year 30,740.00 

3rd year 32,584.00 

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SCHEDULE No. 5 (Informational Only) 

ANNUAL 



Fiscal 1984 



Fire Department— (Per Collective Bargaining Agreement) 

Pay Group Min. Rate 1st Step 2nd Step Max. Rate 

FS-9 16,778 17,195 17,630 18,024 

FS-11 19,453 19,938 20,417 20,903 

Fire Chief per Contract— January 1, 1983: 



1st year 
2nd year 
3rd year 






28,000.00 
29,680.00 
31,460.00 




Department 


LIST OF DEPARTMENTS 
Pay 
Group 


Positions 
Authorized 


Sched 


Hours 


Board of Selectmen 
Executive Secretary 
Administrative Secretary 
Assistant Administrative Secretary 


Contract 

C-9 

C-5 






40 
35 


Town Accountant 
Assistant Accountant and Clerk 
Clerk— Bookkeeper 


S-19 

C-7 

C-6 






35 
35 


Treasurer— Collector 
Assistant Treasurer and Clerk 
Clerk 
Clerk 


C-7 
C-7 
C-5 






35 
35 
10 


Board of Assessors 
Clerk 
Clerk Typist 




C-7 
C-4 






35 
20 


Town Clerk 
Assistant Town Clerk 




C-6 






15 


Town Hall Custodian 




C-7 






40 


Police Department 
Police Chief 
Lieutenant 
Sergeant 
Patrolman 




Contract 
PS-12 
PS-11 
PS-9 


14 




37^2 
371/2 
37^2 


Fire Department 
Fire Chief 
Captain 
Private 




Contract 

FS-11 

FS.9 


20 


5 
5 


42 
42 


Wire Department 
Superintendent 
Engineer 
Lineman 
Lineman Apprentice 




S-14 
C-15 
C-9 
C-8 




1 
1 
1 
1 


40 



— 72 — 



Building Inspector & Zoning Officer 
Tree and Park Department 



S-14 



40 



Superintendent— Working 


S-13 


1 


1 40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-10 


1 


1 40 


Tree Climber 


C-10 


1 


1 40 


Laborer 


C-8 




1 40 


Laborer— Cemetery 


C-6 


1 


1 40 


Board of Health 








Health Agent 


S-14 


1 




♦Clerk 


C-4 


1 


1 30 


Landfill: 








Supervisor 


C-11 


1 


1 40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


C-10 


1 


1 40 


Recycling Monitor 


C-4 


1 


1 19^2 


Sewer Department 








Chief Operator 


S-16 


1 




Operator II 


C-10 






Operator 1 


C-9 


2 


1 20,40 


Operator— Trainee 


C-6 






Laborer 


C-S 






Clerk 


0-4 


1 


1 20 


Highway Department 








Working Foreman 


C-14 


1 


1 40 


Heavy Equipment Operator 


C-11 


2 


1 40 


Skilled Laborer 


C-9 




1 40 


Laborer— Truck Driver 


0-7 


2 


1 40 


Harbor Department 








Harbor Master 


S-11 


1 




Library 








Chief Librarian 


S-16 


1 




Librarian (1) 


S-10 


1 


1 35 


Librarian (2) 


S-10 


2 


1 20,23 


Para- Professional 


C-9 


1 


1 22 


Clerks 


C-3 


2 


1 35 


Custodian 


C-7 


1 


1 17 


Pages 








Recreation Department 








Recreation Director 


S-14 


1 




Water Department 








Superintendent 


S-17 


1 




Plant Supervisor 


S-14 


1 




Systems Supervisor 


S-14 






Bookkeeper— Secretary 


C-8 


1 


1 35 


Equipment Operator 


C-11 


1 


1 40 


Operator— Lab Director 


C-11 


1 


1 40 


Plant Operators 


C-10 


2 


1 40 


Serviceman 


C-10 


1 


1 40 



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utility Man— Skilled C-9 1 1 40 

Utility Man C-4 1 1 40 

♦also works 5 hrs. per week for Zoning Board of Appeals. 



Schedule I 

Cost of Amendments to Personnel Committee By Law 

In Accordance with Article 5 



Department 


Various Departments Person 


1 


Water (From Water Revenue) 


3 


Selectmen's Office 


25 


Accountant's Office 


29 


Assessor's Office 


35 


Treasurer— Collector's Office 


39 


Town Clerk's Office 


61 


Zoning Board of Appeals 


63 


Planning Board 


65 


Town Hall 


109 


Tree and Park 


111 


Harbor 


113 


Building Inspector 


121 


Wire 


300 


Highway 


403 


Landfill 


403 


Landfill— Recycling 


407 


Sewer 


501 


Board of Health 


571 


Cemeteries 


601 


Library 


621 


Recreation 



$ 8,946.00 
1,047.00 
2,911.00 
1,388.00 
1,759.00 

353.00 

112.00 
90.00 

998.00 
3,500.00 
1,368.00 
1,922.00 
2,367.00 
8,260.00 
1,627.00 

294.00 
4,827.00 
1,807.00 

728.00 
9,976.00 
1,993.00 

$56,273.00 



Article 5. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To hear and act upon the report and recommendations of the Select- 
men with respect to salaries of the Elected Town Officials and to see if the Town will 
vote to accept the recommendations by recommending and adopting or amending 
and adopting the Schedule heretofore accepted and adopted and to raise and ap- 
propriate a sum of money necessary to pay for the increase in the salaries of the 
Treasurer-Collector, the Highway Surveyor and the Chairman of the Board of Select- 
men for the ensuing fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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SAURY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(For information only— not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job Title Fiscal 1985 

Town Clerk* $ 6,199.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 22,994.00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer— Collector 25,263.00 

Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 

Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 



SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

Department Elected Officials— Personal Services 

3 Chairman, Board of Selectmen 400.00 

35 Treasurer— Collector 1,203.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 1,095.00 



2,698.00 



*See Article 35. 



MOVED: That the report and recommendation of the Board of Selectmen be and 
hereby is accepted and the following salary schedule for the Town Elected Officials be 
and hereby is adjusted, accepted and substituted for the schedule heretofore adjusted 
and that the sum of $2,698.00 be and hereby is raised and appropriated by taxation 
to pay for increases of salaries of Treasurer-Collector, Highway Surveyor and Charr- 
man of the Board of Selectmen as set forth in the substituted schedule for the ensuing 
fiscal period, and this amount is to be credited to the salary appropriation accounts af- 
fected in accordance with the attached schedule. 

SALARY SCHEDULE ELECTED OFFICIALS 
(For information only— not subject to compensation plan) 

Annual Rates 

Job Title Fiscall985 

Town Clerk* $ 6,199.00 

Clerk, Board of Registrars 329.00 

Highway Surveyor 22,994.00 

Moderator 125.00 

Treasurer— Collector 25,263.00 

Board of Selectmen 

Chairman 1,500.00 

Members (4) 1,000.00 

Board of Assessors 

Chairman 1,300.00 

Members (2) 1,200.00 

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SCHEDULE 2 

COST OF CHANGES IN ANNUAL RATES OF ELECTED OFFICIALS 

IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 6 

Department Elected Officials— Personal Services 

3 Chairman, Board of Selectmen 400.00 

35 Treasurer— Collector 1,203.00 

300 Highway Surveyor 1,095.00 

2,698.00 

♦See Article 35. 

Article 6 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Motion made by Donna McGee 

MOVED. That Article 35 be advanced for immediate consideration. 

Motion to advance seconded. 

Voted by a voice vote to advance Article 35 for immediate consideration. 

Article 35. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Twelve Thou- 
sand Eight Hundred One and no/100 ($12,801.00) Dollars to increase the salary of 
the Town Clerk to Nineteen Thousand and no/100 ($19,000.00) Dollars per annum 
it being the intention of the Town that the position of Town Clerk shall be a full-time 
position; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Twelve Thousand Eight Hundred One and no/100 

($12,801.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation to increase the salary of 

the Town Clerk to Nineteen Thousand and no/100 ($19,000.00) Dollars per annum 

it being the intention of the Town that the position of Town Clerk shall be a full-time 

position. 

Article 35. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of One Hundred Thousand and no/100 ($100,000.00) 
Dollars for the purpose of a Reserve Fund; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the sum of One Hundred Thousand and 00/100 ($100,000.00) 
Dollars be appropriated for the purpose of a Reserve Fund and to meet said ap- 
propriation the sum of Forty-Three Thousand Ninety-eight and 35/100 ($43,098.35) 
Dollars is transferred from "Surplus Revenue" and the sum of Fifty-Six Thousand 
Nine Hundred One and 65/100 ($56,901.65) Dollars is transferred from "Reserves 
for Abatement and Exemptions Surplus." 
Article 7 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will assume liability in the manner provided in Sec- 
tion 29 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended, 
by Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be 
performed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of 
tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors tidewaters and foreshores and shores 
along a public beach including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with 
Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the 
Selectmen.to execute and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

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MOVED: That the Town assume liability in the manner provided in Section 29 of 
Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, as most recently amended, by 
Chapter 5, of the Acts of 1955, for all damages that may be incurred by work to be 
performed by the Department of Public Works of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts for the improvements, development, maintenance and protection of 
tidal and non-tidal rivers and streams, harbors, tidewaters and foreshores and shores 
along a public beach including Merrimac and Connecticut Rivers, in accordance with 
Section 11 of Chapter 91 of the Massachusetts General Laws, and authorize the 
Selectmen to execute and deliver a bond of indemnity therefor to the Commonwealth. 
Article 8 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will authorize the Town Treasurer, with the ap- 
proval of the Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the 
Revenue of the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1984, in accordance with the provisions 
of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period of less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 17; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town authorize the Town Treasurer, with the approval of the 
Selectmen, to borrow money from time to time in anticipation of the Revenue of the 
fiscal year beginning July 1, 1984, in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 4, and to issue a note or notes 
therefor, payable within one year, and to renew any note or notes as may be given for 
any period of less than one year in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 17. 
Article 9 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Thou- 
sand One Hundred Ninety-One and no/100 ($2,191.00) Dollars for the purpose of 
maintaining during the ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and im- 
provements of low lands and swamps as estimated and certified by the State 
Reclamation Board in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 
1931; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Two Thousand One Hundred Ninety-One and no/100 
($2,191.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation for the purpose of main- 
taining during the ensuing fiscal year the mosquito control works and improvements 
of low lands and swamps as estimated and certified by the State Reclamation Board in 
accordance with the provisions of Chapter 112 of the Acts of 1931. 
Article 10 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. to see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds, or borrow the sum of Five Hundred Fifty-One thousand and no/ 100 
($551,000) Dollars for roof repairs to the Deerhill School and roof repairs to the High 
School, and in connection therewith, authorize the School Committee to apply for 
grant funds from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; and further that a sum of 
money be appropriated from taxation for payment of interest on authorized tem- 
porary loans and for payment of expenses related to the bond issue; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Five Hundred Fifty-One Thousand and no/ 100 
($551,000.00) Dollars be appropriated for the extraordinary repairs to the roofs of 



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the Deerhill School and the High School and to meet said appropriation, the sum of 
Eighty Thousand and no/100 ($80,000.00) Dollars be transferred from the Stabiliza- 
tion Fund for the cost of roof repairs to the High School building, the sum of Five 
Thousand Five Hundred Sixty-Four and 93/100 ($5,564.93) Dollars be transferred 
from the sale of Real Estate Fund, the sum of Thirty-Five Thousand Four Hundred 
Thirty-Five and 07/100 ($35,435.07) Dollars be raised by taxation and that the 
Treasurer be authorized to borrow the sum of Four Hundred Thirty Thousand and 
no/100 (430,000.00) Dollars in accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 44, Section 7 (3A) and that the authorized borrowing be reduced by the 
amount of the matching Stabilization Fund payment approved by the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts School Building Assistance Bureau; and further that the sum of 
Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars be appropriated by taxation for 
the payment of interest on authorized temporary loans and expenses in connection 
with the bond issue. 

Article 11 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 12A. To see if the Town will appropriate from water revenue, the sum of 
Thirty Thousand and no/100 ($30,000.00) Dollars to purchase a back hoe/loader for 
the Water Department, and authorize the "trade-in" of the back hoe currently owned 
by the Water Department or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Thirty Thousand and no/100 ($30,000.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated from water revenue to purchase a back hoe/loader for the Water Depart- 
ment, and the "trade-in" of the back hoe currently owned by the Water Department 
be and hereby is authorized. 
Article 12A voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 12B. To see if the Town will appropriate from water revenue, the sum of 
Nine Thousand and no/100 ($9,000.00) Dollars for the monthly payments during 
1985 fiscal year under a lease/purchase agreement for a new back hoe/loader for 
the Water Department and authorize the "trade-in" of the back hoe currently owned 
by the Water Department or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 12B. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or borrow a sum of 
money to rehabilitate the water distribution system along Border Street from Summer 
Street to Otis Avenue, along Joy Place to Gammons Road, and a section of Beach 
Street, and for cleaning and cement lining of Jerusalem Road from Atlantic Avenue to 
Forest Avenue, such project to be done in conjunction with funds allotted by the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts pursuant to Chapter 805 of the Acts of 1979, as amend- 
ed; and further that a sum of money be appropriated from water revenue for payment 
of interest on authorized loans; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Two Hundred Seventy Thousand and no/100 
($270,000.00) Dollars be appropriated as the Town's share of funds to rehabilitate 
the water distribution system along Border Street from Summer Street to Otis 
Avenue, along Joy Place, from number 30 Joy Place to Gammons Road, and a section 
of Beach Street, and for cement lining of water mains under Jerusalem Road from 
Atlantic Avenue to Forest Avenue, such project to be done in conjunction with funds 
allotted or to be allotted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts pursuant to Chapter 
805 of the Acts of 1979, as amended, and to meet the appropriation, the Treasurer, 

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with the approval of the Board of Selectmen, be and hereby is authorized to issue 
bonds and notes pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 44. Section 8; and 
further that the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated from water revenue for payment of interest on authorized loans. 
Article 13 voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to approve the schedule of water rates 
which provides as follows; or act on anything relating thereto. 

DOMESTIC RATE NO. 1 (Residential— Annual) 

Minimum Charge Minimum Allowance Charge for Excess 

per quarter per quarter over allowance 

27.00 1200 cubic feet 1.98 per 100 cu ft 

DOMESTIC RATE NO. 2 (Residential— Seasonal) 

Minimum Charge Minimum Allowance Charge per 100 Cu Ft 

Used 
107.50 1200 cubic feet 1.98 per 100 cu ft. 

GENERAL METERED RATE NO. 3 (Non-Residential-Annual) 

Minimum Allowable Use For Charge For Excess 

Size Meter Per Quarter Min. Charge Per (}trOver Allowance 

Vs' 27.00 1000 2.20 per 100 cu ft 

3/4" 39.50 1600 2.20 

r 60.00 2600 2.20 

IVz" 116.25 5100 2.20 

2" 175.00 7800 2.20 

3' 305.00 13800 2.20 

GENERAL METERED RATE NO. 4 (Non-residential-Seasonal) 

Minimum Minimum Allowance Charge per 100 cu ft 

Size Meter Charge per year per season used 

Vs" 107.50 none 2.20 per 100 cu ft 

Va" 155.50 none 2.20 

r 232.50 none 2.20 

IVz" 447.50 none 2.20 

2" 695.00 none 2.20 

RATE NO. 5 FIRE SERVICE STANDBY (Connection to Automatic Sprinkler Systems) 

Size Main Yearly Charge 

V 200.00 

6*' 215.00 

8' & over 335.00 

MOVED. That the following schedule of water rates be approved: 

DOMESTIC RATE NO. 1 (Residential-AnnuaO 

Minimum Charge Minimum Allowance Charge for Excess 

per quarter per quarter over allowance 

27.00 1200 cubic feet 1.98 per 100 cu ft 

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1000 


2.20 per 100 cu ft 


1600 


2.20 


2600 


2.20 


5100 


2.20 


7800 


2.20 


13800 


2.20 



DOMESTIC RATE NO. 2 (Residential— Seasonal) 

Minimum Charge Minimum Allowance Charge per 100 Cu Ft 

Used 
107.50 1200 cubic feet 1.98 per 100 cu ft. 

GENERAL METERED RATE NO. 3 (Non-Residential~Annual) 

Minimum Allowable Use For Charge For Excess 

Size Meter Per Quarter MIn. Charge Per QtrOver Allowance 

Vs' 27.00 

3/4' 39.50 

r 60.00 

IVz" 116.25 

2' 175.00 

3*^ 305.00 

GENERAL METERED RATE NO. 4 (Non-residential-Seasonal) 

Minimum Minimum Allowance Charge per 100 cu ft 

Size Meter Charge per year per season used 

V.' 107.50 none 2.20 per 100 cu ft 

Va' 155.50 none 2.20 

1' 232.50 none 2.20 

lyi' 447.50 none 2.20 

2' 695.00 none 2.20 

RATE NO. 5 FIRE SERVICE STANDBY (Connection to Automatic Sprinkler Systems) 

Size Main Yearly Charge 

4' 200.00 

6' 215.00 

8" & over 335.00 

Article 14. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to ac- 
cept or enter into a contract for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted 
by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, 
reconstruction and improvement of Town roads; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the Board of Selectmen be authorized to accept or enter into a contract 
for the expenditure of any funds allotted or to be allotted by the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts and/or Norfolk County for the construction, reconstruction and im- 
provement of Town roads. 
Article 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Fifty-Eight Thousand and no/100 ($58,000.00) Dollars to 
purchase a new street sweeper and authorize the "trade-in" of the 1975 Wayne 
Sweeper currently used by the Highway Department or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifty-Eight Thousand and no/100 ($58,000.00) Dollars be 
appropriated to purchase a new street sweeper and the "trade-in" of the 1973 Wayne 

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Sweeper currently used by Highway Department be and hereby is authorized, and to 
meet said appropriation the sum of Thirty-Three Thousand Three Hundred One and 
65/100 ($33,301.65) Dollars be transferred from Surplus Revenue and the sum of 
Twenty-four Thousand Six Hundred Ninety-Eight and 35/100 ($24,698.35) Dollars 
be raised by taxation. 
Article 16. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Fifty Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($50,000.00) Dollars for resurfacing with bituminous concrete cer- 
tain streets in the Town, including any other work relating thereto, and to meet the ap- 
propriation the sum of Four Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Eight and no/100 
($4,998.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation and the sum of Forty 
Five Thousand Two and no/100 ($45,002.00) Dollars be transferred from funds 
received or to be received in accordance with Chapter 637 of the Acts of 1983; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($50,000.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated for resurfacing with bituminous concrete certain streets in the Town, in- 
cluding any other work relating thereto, and to meet the appropriation the sum of 
Four Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Eight and no/100 (4,998.00) Dollars be raised 
and appropriated from taxation and the sum of Forty-Five Thousand Two and no/ 100 
($45,002.00) Dollars be transferred from funds received or to be received in accor- 
dance with Chapter 637 of the Acts of 1983. 
Article 17. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) Dollars to 
purchase a new truck for the Tree and Park Department and authorize the "trade-in" 
of a 1972 Ford Truck currently used by the Tree and Park Department or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Twelve Thousand and no/100 ($12,000.00) Dollars be 
raised and appropriated by taxation to purchase a new truck for the Tree and Park 
Department, and the "trade-in" of a 1972 Ford Truck currently used by the Tree and 
Park Department be and hereby Is authorized. 
Article 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19A. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of Ninety-Five Thousand and no/100 
($95,000.00) Dollars to purchase a rubber tire front end loader to be used at the 
Cedar Street Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 19A. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 19B. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer the sum of 
Twenty Thousand and no/ 100 ($20,000.00) Dollars for the monthly payments during 
the 1985 fiscal year under a lease purchase agreement for a rubber tire front end 
loader to be used at the Cedar Street Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/100 ($20,000.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated from surplus funds for the monthly payments during the 1985 fiscal year 
under a lease purchase agreement for a rubber tire front end loader to be used at the 
Cedar Street Landfill. 
Article 19B. Motion defeated, there not being the requisite Va in favor. 

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Article 20. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds a sum of money for the construction of a structure to house the new 
machine at Cedar Street Sanitary Landfill; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 20. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Fifteen Hundred and no/100 ($1,500.00) Dollars for the 
services of a Chemist and for related services in connection with a household hazar- 
dous waste collection day; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Fifteen Hundred and no/100 ($1,500.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated from Surplus Revenue for the services of a Chemist and for related serv- 
ices in connection with a household hazardous waste collection day. 
Article 21. Voted by a voice vote. 
Motion made by Chartis Langmaid 

Chartis Langmaid then questioned the quorum at 5:20 P.M. The moderator called for 
a count of the meeting, there were 190 voters present in the Hall. 

Moved. That the meeting be adjourned to Monday, April 9, 1984 at 7:00 P.M. at the 
Cohasset High School Auditorium for apparent lack of a quorum. 
Motion defeated on a voice vote. 

MONDAY APRIL 9, 1984 

At 8:15 P.M. the Moderator informed the Meeting that a quorum was not pres- 
ent, there being only 176 voters present. 

MOVED. That this meeting be adjourned to Saturday, April 14, 1984, to the Town 
Hall Auditorium at 8:00 A.M. for the Election of Town Officers. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 8:20 P.M. 

SATURDAY APRIL 14, 1984 

MOVED. That the Annual Town Meeting be dissolved. 
VOTED unanimously by a voice vote at 8:30 P.M. 

ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 

Asst. Town Clerk 
Cohasset MA 02025 



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Town Election 

April 14, 1984 

Polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 

Election Officers Present 7:45 A.M. 

Mary N. Grassie Betty Pearce 

Bernard Mulcahy Katherine Lincoln 

Janice Rosano Maria R. Rape 

Mary A. Fiori Janet MacLure 

Dorothea C. Bjorkgren Ellen M. Patrolia 

Margaret C. Hernan Geraldine Anslie 

Eileen Buckley Constance Jones 
Grace Tuckerman 

Polls closed at 6:00 P.M. 



Pre. 1 Pre. 2 Total 



MODERATOR for three years 



William D. Weeks 


2 


897 


796 


1693 


Blanks 




165 


217 


382 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


TOWN CLERK for three years 










Frances L. Marks 


5 


863 


810 


1673 


Blanks 




199 


203 


402 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


SELECTMEN for three years (Two Positions] 


) 








John A. DeBassio 


8 


707 


626 


1333 


Mary Jane E.McArthur 


9 


566 


434 


1000 


Doris C. Golden 


10 


447 


553 


1000 


Blanks 




404 


413 


817 


Total 




2124 


2026 


4150 


TREASURER COLLECTOR for three years 










Gordon E. Flint 


13 


873 


812 


1685 


Blanks 




189 


201 


390 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


ASSESSOR for three years 










Warren S. Pratt 


16 


510 


563 


1073 


Charles L. Arinovici 


17 


454 


352 


806 


Blanks 




98 


98 


196 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


HIGHWAY SURVEYOR for three years 










Harold W. Litchfield 


20 


877 


853 


1730 


Blanks 




185 


160 


345 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 



83- 



SCHOOL COMMITTEE for three years 



Richard M. Conley 


21 


419 


471 


890 


George L. Marlette 


22 


120 


97 


217 


Judith P. Volungis 


23 


423 


356 


779 


Blanks 




100 


89 


189 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


TRUSTEE OF PAUL PRATT MEMORIAL LIBRARY for three years 




Sheila S. Evans 


26 


648 


566 


1214 


Cordelia R. Foell 


27 


525 


400 


925 


Doris McNulty 


28 


632 


561 


1193 


John K. McNabb 


29 


519 


556 


1075 


Blanks 




862 


956 


1818 


Total 




3186 


3039 


6225 


BOARD OF HEALTH for three years 










Charles M. Bliss 


32 


783 


662 


1445 


Blanks 




279 


351 


630 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


WATER COMMISSION for three years 










William J. Montouri 


35 


319 


405 


724 


Jeffrie A. Bettinger 


36 


391 


267 


658 


Arne K. Gjesteby 


37 


253 


269 


522 


Blanks 




99 


42 


171 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


PLANNING BOARD for five years 










Patrick A. Plante 


40 


571 


568 


1139 


Deborah S. Cook 


41 


341 


296 


637 


Blanks 




150 


149 


299 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


RECREATION COMMISSION for five years 










AIna L. Ekbert 


44 


788 


678 


1466 


Blanks 




274 


335 


609 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


RECREATION COMMISSION fill a vacancy (two positions) 






Terese England Duggan 


47 


432 


383 


815 


Peter Laugelle 


48 


546 


586 


1132 


Roberta A. Suhrbier 


49 


265 


204 


469 


Peter G.Whitman 


50 


326 


348 


674 


Blanks 




555 


505 


1060 


Total 




2124 


2026 


4150 


COHASSET HOUSING AUTHORITY for five 


years 








Lloyd W. Prescott 


53 


796 


727 


1523 


Blanks 




266 


286 


552 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 


SEWER COMMISSION for three years 










Edward M. Guild 


56 


780 


688 


1468 


Janet Dagget (write-in) 




2 




2 


Blanks 




280 


325 


605 


Total 




1062 


1013 


2075 



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Annual Town Meeting is dissolved at 8:40 P.M. 

Frances L. Marks 

Town Clerk of Coh asset 

A True Copy: 
ATTEST: 

PRECINCT CLERK'S REPORT 
Town Election April 14, 1984 

Precinct 2 

The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
Card Ballots 62 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

I. Card ballots to computer center 



Precinct 1 

The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
Ballot Cards 82 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

I. Card ballots to computer center 



A. 


1500 


B. 


545 


C. 


955 


D. 


4 


E. 


951 


F. 


62 


G. 


1013 


H. 


1016 


3( 


Dver rings 


1. 


1012 


1 hand ballot 



1013 TOTAL 



A. 


1500 


B. 


508 


C. 


992 


D. 


9 


E. 


983 


F. 


82 


G. 


1065 


H. 


1058 


7 1 


under rings 


1. 


1060 


2' 


write-ins 



1062 TOTAL 



Recount 

May 2, 1984 

The following election officers assisted the Board of Registrars in the recount. 
Domenic M. Baccari Margaret Stoughton 

Bernard Mulcahy Margaret Hernan 



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Jean Salvador Barbara Williams 

Maria R. Rape Mary A. Fiori 

Grace Tuckerman Mary N. Grassie 

Janice Rosano Janet MacLure 

The meeting was opened at 7:00 P.M. by the Board of Registrars. 
At the recount of votes for the office of Selectmen, held at the Town Hall at 7:00 
P.M. Wednesday evening, May 2, 1984, the following vote was declared. 

SELECTMEN 

John A. DeBassio 1339 

Mary Jane E. McArthur 101 1 

Doris C. Golden 1009 

Blanks 797 

Total Votes Cast 2078 
The vote was decided at 1:00 A.M. at 1:15 A.M. the meeting was dissolved. 

ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 

Town Clerk 
Cohasset, MA 02025 



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Town Clerk's Report 
of the Special Town Meeting June 18, 1984 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M., the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by 
the Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:45 P.M. were Margaret Hernan, Barbara 
Williams, Janice Rosano, Constance Jones, Mary N. Grassie. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 7:30 P.M. were Robert S. 
Pape, Bernard Mulcahy, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., and Grace Tuckerman. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 532. 

The meeting was called to order at 8:00 P.M. by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds, the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to be expended by 
the Recreation Commission for the surfacing and fencing of a play area on the site of 
the former Beechwood Fire Station, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars be raised 
and appropriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to be expended by the Recreation 
Commission for the surfacing and fencing of a play area on the site of the former 
Beechwood Fire Station. 
Article 1. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article 11 of the General By- 
Laws, TOWN MEETING, as follows: 

By adding thereto a new subsection (u) which shall provide: 

"(u) Any individual, group of individuals, or Board which has the authority under this 
By-Law or under State Law to appoint members to Boards, Commissions, or Commit- 
tees shall when making any such appointment notify each appointee in writing of the 
Board, Commission, or Committee to which he has been appointed, the inception 
date of his term of office, and the termination day of his term of office, and unless 
otherwise provided by State Law, the termination date shall be June 30"; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That Article 11 of the General By-Laws, TOWN MEETING, be amended by 
adding thereto a new subsection (u) which shall provide: 

"(u) Any individual, group of individuals, or Board which has the authority under this 
By-Law or under State Law to appoint members to Boards, Commissions, or Commit- 
tees shall when making any such appointment notify each appointee in writing of the 
Board, Commission, or Committee to which he has been appointed, the inception 
date of his term of office, and the termination day of his term of office, and unless 
otherwise provided by State Law, the termination date shall be June 30." 
Article 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article V of the General By-Laws, 
APPOINTED STANDING TOWN BOARDS AND COMMITTEES, by striking therefrom 
subsection (a) of Section 15 and substituting in its place the following: 



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"(a) The Drainage Committee shall consist of five (5) members, each appointed for a 

three (3) year term with two (2) members appointed for each of two (2) successive 

years and one (1) member appointed the following,"; or act on anything relating 

thereto. 

MOVED: That Article V of the General By-Laws, APPOINTED STANDING TOWN 

BOARDS AND COMMITTEES be amended by striking therefrom subsection (a) of 

Section 15 and substituting in its place the following: 

"(a) The Drainage Committee shall consist of five (5) members, each appointed for a 
three (3) year term with two (2) members appointed for each of two (2) successive 
years and one (1) member appointed the following." 
Article 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

REPORT OF THE PLANNING BOARD ON ARTICLES 4. 5, 6, 7 and 8. 

The Cohasset Planning Board held a public hearing on June 11, 1984 at the 
Cohasset Town Hall to consider proposed revisions to the Cohasset Zoning By-Laws. 
The following vote to recommend the proposed revision was taken at the conclusion 
of the Public Hearing. 

VOTED: 4 to to recommend these articles. One absent. 

this is to certify that the following persons are members of the Planning Board: John 
O'Toole, Patrick Plante, Christine Bassett, Robert Sturdy and Daniel Cotton. Daniel 
Cotton Secretary. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Laws by striking 
therefrom Section 12.3.1 Appointments, and substituting in its place and stead the 
following Section 12.3.1: 

"12.3.1 Appointments. There shall be a Board of Appeals of Three (3) members 
and three (3) associate members, appointed by the Board of Selectmen as provided in 
Chapter 40A of the Massachusetts General Laws. 

Said Board shall have all the powers and duties of Boards of Appeals under 
Chapter 40A in addition to all the powers and duties herein described"; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning By-Laws be amended by striking therefrom Section 12.3.1 
Appointments, and substituting in its place and stead the following Section 12.3.1.: 

"12.3.1 Appointments. There shall be a Board of Appeals of three (3) members and 
three (3) associate members, appointed by the Board of Selectmen as provided in 
Chapter 40A of the Massachusetts General Laws. 

Said Board shall have all the powers and duties of Board of Appeals under 
Chapter 40A in addition to all the powers and duties herein prescribed." 
Article 4. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. % vote needed. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Laws by striking 
therefrom Sections 11.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS and 11.2EXEMPT OPERATIONS 

and substituting in their place and stead the following Sections 11.1 and 11.2: 

"11.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS. Earth materials, including soil, loam, sand, 
gravel or stone shall not be removed from or added to any premises within the Town, 
except after review and approval by the Planning Board; unless such removal or addi- 
tion will constitute an exempt operation as hereinafter provided. For purposes of this 
Section, the term "premises" shall have the meaning set forth in "Definitions" and 
also shall include more than one lot if ail said lots are: 

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A. Adjacent to one or more said lot; and 

B. Owned by the same owner or owners in an identical manner. 

11.2 EXEMPT OPERATIONS. The removal or addition of earth material in any 
of the following operations shall be an exempt operation: 

A. The removal or addition of not more than ten (10) cubic yards of material In 
the aggregate in any year from one premises; 

B. The removal of material from land in use by the Town of Cohasset or other 
governmental agency; 

C. The removal of material necessarily excavated or material added in connec- 
tion with the lawful construction of a building, structure, sewerage system, or other 
utility. The quantity of material removed shall not exceed that actually displaced by 
the portion of the building, structure, road, driveway, sidewalk, or path below finish- 
ed grade"; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Zoning By-Laws be amended by strking therefrom Section 11.1 
GENERAL PROVISIONS and 11.2 EXEMPT OPERATIONS and substituting in their 
place and stead the following Section 11.1 and 11.2: 

"11.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS. Earth materials, including soil, loam, sand, 
gravel or stone shall not be removed from or added to any premises within the Town, 
except after review and approval of the Planning Board; unless such removal or addi- 
tion will constitute an exempt operation as hereinafter provided. For purposes of this 
Section, the term "premises" shall have the meaning set forth in "Definitions" and 
also shall include more than one lot if all said lots are: 

A. Adjacent to one or more said lot; and 

B. Owned by the same owner or owners in an identical manner. 

11.2 EXEMPT OPERATIONS. The removal or addition of earth material in any 
of the following operations shall be an exempt operation: 

A. The removal or addition of not more than ten (10) cubic yards of material in 
the aggregate in any year from one premises; 

B. The removal of material from land in use by the Town of Cohasset or other 
governmental agency; 

C. The removal of material necessarily excavated or material added in connec- 
tion with the lawful construction of a building, structure, sewerage system, or other 
utility. The quantity of material removed shall not exceed that actually displaced by 
the portion of the building, structure, road, driveway, sidewalk, or path below finish- 
ed grade". 

Article 5. Voted by a hand vote YES 186, NO 283. % vote needed. 
Article 5. Defeated. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to amend Section 2. 1 of the Zoning By- 

Laws by striking therefrom the existing definition of "Lot," "Lot Line Rear." and 
"Yard, Front (Setback)" and substituting in their stead, the following definitions: 

"Lot: An area or parcel of land in one ownership defined by metes and bounds or 
boundary lines in a recorded deed or recorded plan. A parcel shall not be designated 
a lot unless it conforms with the Table of Area Regulations, Section 5^3.1. 

Lot Line Rear: The lot line opposite and most distant from the front lot line. In the 

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case of a triangular or irregular lot, or where the most distant lot line Is at an angle in 
excess of forty-five (45®) degrees to a straight line connecting the extreme ends of the 
front lot line or lines or touches a front corner, a line ten feet long within the lot 
parallel to the above straight line shall be designated the rear lot line. In the case of a 
corner lot or through, the rear lot line shall be the line opposite the street on which the 
principal building has frontage. 

Yard Front (Setback): An open space the width of which shall extend between the 
exterior side lines and the depth of which shall commence at the front lot line and ex- 
tend to a line the full width of the lot and which touches the point of the principal 
building nearest to the front lot line (hereinafter called the "Setback Line"); no point 
along the setback line shall be closer to any point along the front lot line than the 
shortest distance from the nearest point of the principal building to the front lot line"; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Section 2.1 of the Zoning By-Laws be amended by striking therefrom 
the existing definition of "Lot," "Lot Line Rear" and "Yard Front (Set-back)" and 
substituting in their stead, the following definitions: 

"Lot: An area or parcel of land in one ownership defined by metes and bounds or 
boundary lines in a recorded deed or recorded plan. A parcel shall not be designated 
a lot unless it conforms with the Table of Area Regulations, Section 5.3.1. 

Lot Line Rear: The lot line opposite and most distant from the front lot line. In the 
case of a triangular or irregular lot, or where the most distant lot line is at an angle in 
excess of forty-five (45) degrees to a straight line connecting the extreme ends of the 
front lot line or lines or touches a front corner, a line ten feet long within the lot 
parallel to the above straight line shall be designated the rear lot line. In the case of a 
corner lot or through lot, the rear lot line shall be the line opposite the street on which 
the principal building has frontage. 

Yard Front (set-back): An open space the width of which shall extend between the 
exterior side lines and the depth of which shall commence at the front lot line and ex- 
tend to a line the full width of the lot and which touches the point of the principal 
building nearest to the front lot line (hereinafter called the "Setback Line:); no point 
along the setback line shall be closer to any point along the front lot line than the 
shortest distance from the nearest point of the principal building to the front lot line." 
Article 6. Voted by a hand vote. YES 381, NO 41. Va Vote needed. 
Article 6. Approved 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article 5.2, GENERAL PROVI- 
SIONS of the Zoning By-Laws by striking therefrom Sections 5.2.2, 5.2.6, and 5.2.8 
and substituting in their place and stead the following Sections: 

"5.2.2. For the purpose of determining setback requirements, all yards, in- 
cluding, but not exclusively those of through or corner lots, wherever they front on a 
street, shall be considered front yards on the street or streets on which they are 
located. 

5.2.6. In this Section, the minimum required setback distance for any structure 
except an entrance or exit driveway or walk shall be measured from the front lot line 
provided, however, that where a street has a right of way width of less than forty (40) 
feet, the setback distance shall include an additional twenty (20) feet and be 
measured from the center line of the street, and further provided that any setback 
and/or front, side or rear yard shall conform to the yard definitions as set forth within 
Section 2. 

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Except for a perimeter, wall, fence, or similar enclosure, not in excess of five (5) 
feet in height, a flag pole, utility pole, light pole, or mail box, no point of any structure 
shall be closer than the required setback distance to any point of the front lot line, or 
center line of the street as the case may be. 

5.2.8. No open storage or display of goods, products, materials, or equipment, 
no gasoline pump, vending machine, or similar commercial device and no structure 
except for a perimeter, wall, fence, or similar enclosure, not in excess of five (5) feet in 
height or flag pole, utility pole, light pole, or mail box, shall be located nearer to any 
side or rear lot line than either fifteen (15) feet or the permitted setback distance for a 
building on the lot, whichever distance is lesser."; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article 5.2, GENERAL PROVISIONS of the Zoning By-Laws be amend- 
ed by striking therefrom Sections 5.2.2, 5.2.6, and 5.2.8 and substituting in their 
place and stead the following Sections: 

"5.2.2. For the purpose of determining setback requirements, all yards, in- 
cluding, but not exclusively those of through or corner lots, wherever they front on a 
street, shall be considered front yards on the street or streets on which they are 
located. 

5.2.6. In this Section, the minimum required setback distance for any structure 
except an entrance or exit driveway or walk shall be measured from the front lot line 
provided, however, that where a street has a right of way width of less than forty (40) 
feet, the setback distance shall include an additional twenty (20) feet and be 
measured from the center line of the street, and further provided that any setback 
and/or front, side or rear yard shall conform to the yard definitions as set forth within 
Section 2. Except for a perimeter, wall, fence, or similar enclosure, not in excess of 
five (5) feet in height, a flag pole, utility pole, or mail box, no point of any structure 
shall be closer than the required setback distance to any point of the front lot line, or 
center line of the street as the case may be. 

5.2.8. No open storage or display of goods, products, materials, or equipment, 
no gasoline pump, vending machine, or similar commercial device and no structure 
except for a perimeter, wall, fence, or similar enclosure, not in excess of five (5) feet in 
height or flag pole, light pole, or mail box, shall be located nearer to any side or rear 
lot line than either fifteen (15) feet or the permitted setback distance for a building on 
the lot, whichever distance is lesser." 

Article 7. Voted by a hand vote. YES 387; NO 22; V3 vote needed. 
Article 7. Approved. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to amend the Zoning By-Law by striking 
therefrom the table of area regulations appearing in Section 5.3.1 and substituting in 
its place and stead, the following table of area regulations as Section 5.3.1. 



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Article 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. % vote needed. 

MOVED: That Article 31 be advanced for immediate consideration. 

Motion to advance seconded 

Voted by a voice vote to advance Article 31. 

Article 31. To see if the Town will vote to appropriate from available funds a sum 
of money to fund deficiencies in the budgetary accounts itemized below relating to the 
1984 fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Department Account 

1 Selectmen— Collective Bargaining Professional Services 
29 Assessors— Revalue Real Estate— Contract Services 
45 Law— Town Counsel— Legal Services 

Law— General Expenses— Outside Legal Services 
79 Insurance— General Expenses— Workers' Compensation 
103 Fire— Personal Services— Overtime 
300 Highways— Street Lighting— Street Lights 
403 Landfill— General Expenses— Cover Material 
700 Debt Service— Interest— Tax Anticipation Loans 

MOVED: That the sum of $97,602.00 be appropriated from surplus revenue to fund 
deficiencies in the budgetary accounts itemized below relating to the 1984 fiscal year. 

Department Account Amount 

1 Selectmen— Collective Bargaining $ 6,000.00 

29 Assessors— Revalue Real Estate 6,224.00 

45 Law— Town Counsel 17,000.00 

Law— General Expenses 10,830.00 

76 Insurance— General Expenses 5,200.00 

103 Fire— Personal Services 9,000.00 

300 Highways— Street Lighting 5,800.00 

403 Landfill— General Expenses 16,000.00 

700 Debt Service— Interest 21,548.00 

97,602.00 
Article 31. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Clause Seven- 
teenth C of Section 5 of Chapter 59 of the General Laws of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts which will raise the asset limit applicable to certain individuals who 
are eligible for real estate tax exemptions; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the provisions of Clause Seventeenth C of Section 5 of Chapter 59 of 
the General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts be accepted which will 
raise the asset limit applicable to certain individuals who are eligible for real estate 
tax exemptions. 
Article 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see If the Town will vote to accept the provisions of Clause Forty- 
first B of Section 5 of Chapter 59 of the General Laws of the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts which will provide certain real estate tax exceptions for qualified el- 
derly persons; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That the provisions of Clause Forty-First B of Section 5 of Chapter 59 of the 
General Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts which will provide certain real 
estate tax exceptions for qualified elderly persons be accepted. 
Article 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will transfer from available funds a sum of money 
to make improvements to and upgrade the Town's Computer System; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That Article 11 be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 11. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds the sum of Ninety-Five Thousand and no/100 
($95,000.00) Dollars to be added to the Stabilization Fund; or acton anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of eighty thousand ($80,000.00) be appropriated to be added 
to the stabilization fund and to meet said appropriation $40,000.00 be raised by taxa- 
tion, 1985 fiscal year and $40,000.00 be transferred from surplus revenue. 
Article 12. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Two Thou- 
sand Eight Hundred Seventy and no/100 ($2,870.00) Dollars to be used for its pro- 
portionate cost of control of insect, vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for the 
ensuing fiscal year, as advised by the State Reclamation Board as provided by 
Chapter 557 of the Acts of 1955 as amended; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the sum of Two Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy and no/100 
($2,870.00) Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation to be used for the Town's 
proportionate cost of control of insect, vegetable and animal life in Straits Pond for the 
1985 fiscal year, as advised by the Reclamation Board in accordance with Chapter 
557 of the Acts of 1955 as amended. 
Article 13. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 48. 

Moved: That Article 48 be advanced for immediate consideration. 
Voted by a hand count. YES 249; NO 264 
MOTION that Article 48 be advanced defeated. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Eight Thousand One Hundred and no/100 
($8,100.00) Dollars for painting and repairs to the North Cohasset Fire Station; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the sum of Eight Thousand One Hundred and no/100 ($8,100.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation, 1985 fiscal year, for painting and 
repairs to the North Cohasset Fire Station. 
Article 14. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds, the sum of Eight Thousand and no/100 ($8,000.00) Dollars to par- 
tially renovate the interior of the first floor of the Bates Building at 43 Elm Street, or 
act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED. That the sum of Eight Thousand and no/100 ($8,000.00) Dollars be raised 
and appropriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to partially renovate the interior of the 
first floor of the Bates Building at 43 Elm Street. 
Article 15. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate or transfer from 
available funds the sum of Two Thousand Eight Hundred and no/100 ($2,800.00) 
Dollars to be used for repairs and improvements to the so called "John Smith 
Memorial" on Border Street; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Two Thousand Eight Hundred and no/100 ($2,800.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation, 1985 so-called "John Smith 
Memorial" on Border Street. 
Article 16. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 17. To see If the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds, a sum of money to be used for engineering/architectural and 
construction costs in connection with repairs and improvements to the Mill River 
Bridge; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 17. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to accept an easement over a certain 
parcel of land at the corner of Forest Avenue and Heather Drive to be used for 
drainage purposes from Richard M. Kondratand Cheryl L. Kondrat which easement 
is more particularly shown on a plan entitled "Plan showing proposed drainage ease- 
ment. Forest Avenue, Cohasset." dated June 8, 1984, scale 1 inch = 40 feet prepared 
by Alvah L. Downs, County Engineer, a copy of which plan is on file with the Office of 
the Town Clerk; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town accept an easement over a certain parcel of land at the cor- 
ner of Forest Avenue and Heather Drive, to be used for drainage purposes from 
Richard M. Kondrat and Cheryl L. Kondrat which easement is more particularly 
shown on a plan entitled "Plan showing proposed drainage easment. Forest Avenue, 
Cohasset." dated June 8, 1984, scale 1 inch = 40 feet, prepared by Alvah L. Downs, 
County Engineer, a copy of which plan is on file with the office of the Town Clerk. 
Article 18. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. % vote needed. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to amend its personnel classification By- 
Law schedule as most recently adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 
Annual Town Meeting by creating the position of Deputy Building Inspector and Zon- 
ing Officer which shall be classified "C-15, 1st Step" and by adding to Schedule 2 
(part-time positions) under the caption Hourly, the following: 

"Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Officer $9.06 
or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the personnel classification By-Law schedule as most recently adopted 
under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town Meeting be amended by 
creating the oosition of Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Officer which shall be 
classified "C-15, 1st Step" and by adding to Schedule 2 (part-time positions) under 
the caption Hourly, the following 

"Deputy Building Inspector and Zoning Officer $9.06 
Article 19.* Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan as follows: By adding to 
Section 5, subsection (1) a new subparagraph (iii) which shall read as follows: 

"(iii) Regular part-time employees who work twenty (20) or more hours a week 
are entitled to an amount of longevity payments in the ratio of their weekly hours work 
to the full-time hours schedule for employees of their Department. Longevity pay will 
not be granted to part-time employees working less than twenty (20) hours a week or 
to temporary employees.", or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel Classification and 
Compensation Plan be amended by adding to Section 5, subsection (1) a new sub- 
paragraph (iii) which shall read as follows: 

(iii) Regular part-time employees who work twenty (20) or more hours a week 
are entitled to an amount of longevity payments in the ratio of their weekly hours work 
to the full-time hours schedule for employees of their Department. Longevity pay will 
not be granted to part-time employees working less than twenty (20) hours a week or 
to temporary employees." 
Article 20. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan as follows: 

by striking subsection (c) of Section 5 and substituting in its place and stead a new 
subsection (c), paragraphs (i) and (ii) as follows: 

"(c)(1). Sick Leave. No sick leave with pay shall be granted during the first three 
months of employment. After three months and up to one year of employment, any full 
time employee absent because of his own sickness shall be entitled to sick leave with 
pay for time absent not in excess of five working days. Earned vacation may be used 
as sick leave if requested. After one year of employment, the period in any year for 
which employees shall be paid while absent because of personal sickness shall be fif- 
teen (15) working days in each calendar year. For each successive year of employ- 
ment, the employee shall be entitled to sick leave for fifteen (15) working days, ac- 
cumulative to one hundred twenty (120) working days. 

Part-time employees who work an average of twenty (20) hours or more per 
week throughout the year shall be entitled to sick leave as specified in the foregoing 
paragraph and shall be paid for each day of illness one fifth (Vj) of their normal 
weekly pay. 

A doctor's certificate may be required to substantiate illness at the discretion of 
the Department head or supervisor. 

(ii) Personal Days. Each regular full-time employee shall receive one day off 
each calendar year for personal reasons. Except in cases of an emergency, an 
employee shall obtain his or her supervisor's approval at least twenty-four (24) hours 
before taking the personal day. Personal days shall not accumulate from year to year 
and a personal day shall be deducted from accumulated sick leave. 

Part-time employees who regularly work an average of twenty (20) hours or more 
per week throughout the year shall be entitled to one half (^2) the benefits with 
respect to personal days as set forth in the preceding paragraph. Personal days will 
not be granted to part-time employees working less than twenty (20) hours a week or 
to temporary employees."; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel Classification and 
Compensation Plan be amended as follows: by striking subsection (c) of Section 5 
and substituting in its place and stead a new subsection (c), paragraphs (i) and (ii) as 
follows: 

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(i) Sick Leave. No sick leave with pay shall be granted during the first three 
months of employment. After three months and up to one year of employment, any full 
time employee absent because of his own sickness shall be entitled to sick leave with 
pay for time absent not in excess of five (5) working days. Earned vacation may be 
used as sick leave if requested. After one year of employment, the period in any year 
for which employees shall be paid while absent because of personal sickness shall be 
fifteen (15) working days in each calendar year. For each successive year of employ- 
ment, the employee shall be entitled to sick leave for fifteen (15) working days, ac- 
cumulative to one hundred twenty (120) working days. 

Part-time employees who work an average of twenty (20) hours or more per 
week throughout the year shall be entitled to sick leave as specified in the foregoing 
paragraph and shall be paid for each day of illness one fifth (Vg) of their normal 
weekly pay. 

A doctor's certificate may be required to substantiate illness at the discretion of 
the Department Head or Supervisor. 

When all allowable sick leave days have been used and the employee is still un- 
able to return to work because of illness, his case will be considered by the Board of 
Selectmen and the Personnel Committee to determine if further benefits should be 
granted. Consideration shall be given to length of service, type of service, benefits of 
retirement plan of the Town and personal requirements. 

(ii) Personal Days. Each regular full-time employee shall receive one day off 
each calendar year for personal reasons. Except in cases of an emergency, an 
employee shall obtain his or her supervisor's approval at least twenty-four (24) hours 
before taking the personal day. Personal days shall not accumulate from year to year 
and a personal day shall be deducted from accumulated sick leave. 

Part-time employees who regularly work an average of twenty (20) hours or more 
per week throughout the year shall be entitled to one half (Vz) the benefits with 
respect to personal days as granted to part-time employees working less than twenty 
(20) hours a week or to temporary employees." 
Article 21. Voted by a voice vote. 

ARTICLE 22. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article XI of the General By- 
Laws, the Personnel Classification and Compensation Plan as follows: 

By striking subsection (c) of Section 4 and substituting in its place and stead the 
following: 

"(c) Step-Rate Increases. A full-time or part-time employee of the Town who has 
a satisfactory performance record and has served at least one year without an in- 
crease in compensation, shall be eligible for an advance of one, but not more than 
one, step-rate increase per year (the year to be counted from the date of his latest 
step-increase or reclassification whichever shall last occur) until the maximum rate of 
his classification is reached, subject to the evaluation and recommendation of the 
Department Head or Supervisor and the approval of the Personnel Committee. Pro- 
gressions through the rate changes are not mandatory and shall be on the basis of 
merit and ability as recommended by the Department Head or Supervisor. All ad- 
justments shall be approved in advance of the effective date by the Personnel Com- 
mittee. An employee not receiving a step-rate increase shown in the Classification 
Schedule has the right of appeal to his Department Head and to the Personnel Com- 
mittee"; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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MOVED: That Article XI of the General By-Laws, the Personnel Classification and 
Compensation Plan be amended as follows: 

by striking subsection (c) of Section 4 and substituting in its place and stead the follow- 
i ng : 

"(c) Step-Rate Increases. A full-time or part-time employee of the Town who has 
a satisfactory performance record and has served at least one year without an in- 
crease in compensation, shall be eligible for an advance of one, but not more than 
one, step-rate increase per year (the year to be counted from the date of his latest 
step-increase or reclassification whichever shall last occur) until the maximum rate of 
his classification is reached, subject to the evaluation and recommendation of the 
Department Head or Supervisor and the approval of the Personnel Committee. Pro- 
gressions through the rate changes are not mandatory and shall be on the basis of 
merit and ability as recommended by the Department Head or Supervisor. All ad- 
justments shall be approved in advance of the effective date by the Personnel Com- 
mittee. An employee not receiving a step-rate increase shown in the Classification 
Schedule has an initial right to appeal to his Department Head or Supervisor and in 
the event he is dissatisfied with the decision of his Department Head or Supervisor, 
he may within five (5) days appeal to the Personnel Committee." 
Article 22. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 23. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification By- 
Law schedule by adding thereto the position of "Building Inspector— Clerk" so that 
the schedule adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town 
Meeting be changed by adding thereto under the caption "List of Departments" the 
following: 

Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Sched Hours 

Building Inspector- 
Clerk C-5 11 35 ; 

and further to see if the Town will raise and appropriate the sum of Eleven Thousand 
Eighty-Three and 80/100 ($11,083.80) Dollars to pay the compensation authorized 
according to this amendment and to meet said appropriation, the sum of Six Thou- 
sand Three Hundred Thirty-Three and 60/100 ($6,333.60) Dollars be raised and ap- 
propriated by taxation or transferred from available funds, and the sum of Four Thou- 
sand Seven Hundred Fifty and 20/100 be transferred from the Fiscal 1985 
budgetary account entitled "Selectmen: Personal Services"; or act on anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Personnel Classification By-Law schedule be amended by adding 
thereto the position of "Building Inspector-Clerk" so that the schedule adopted under 
Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town Meeting shall provide under the 
caption "List of Departments" the following: 

Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Sched Hours 

Building Inspector- 
Clerk C-5 1 1 35 ; 

and further moved that the sum of Eleven Thousand Eighty-Three and 80/100 
($11,083.80) Dollars be appropriated to pay the compensation authorized according 
to this amendment and to meet said appropriation, the sum of Six Thousand Three 
Hundred Thirty-Three and 60/100 ($6,333.60) Dollars be raised and appropriated 

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by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, and the sum of Four Thousand Seven Hundred Fifty and 
20/100 ($4,750.20) Dollars be transferred from the Fiscal 1985 budgetary account 
entitled "Selectmen: Personal Services." 
Article 23. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this meeting be adjourned until Tuesday, June 19, 1984, at 7:30 P.M. 
at the Cohasset High School Auditorium. 

Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 11:00 P.M. 



Tuesday, June 19, 1984 



The meeting was called to order by the Moderator at 8:10 P.M. 
There were 204 voters present. 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification 

By-Law schedule as adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town 
Meeting by reducing the number of weekly hours of the Assistant Administrative 
Secretary from thirty-five (35) hours to twenty (20) hours so that the schedule under 
the caption "List of Departments" as it pertains to the Assistant Administrative 
Secretary shall provide as follows: 

Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Sched Hours 

Assistant Admini- 
strative Secretary C-5 1 1 20" 

;or act on anything relating thereto. 

Article 24. MOVED. That the Personnel Classification By-Law schedule as adopted 
under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town Meeting be amended by 
reducing the number of weekly hours of the Assistant Administrative Secretary from 
Thirty-Five (35) hours to Twenty (20) as it pertains to the Assistant Administrative 
Secretary shall provide as follows: 

Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Sched Hours 

Assistant Admini- 
strative Secretary C-5 1 1 20" 

Article 24. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 25. To see if the Town will vote to amend its Personnel Classification By- 
Law schedule as adopted under Article 5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town 
Meeting by increasing the hours of the Assistant Town Clerk from fifteen (15) hours 
weekly to thirty-five (35) hours weekly so that the schedule under the caption "List of 
Departments" as it pertains to the Assistant Town Clerk shall read as follows: 

Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Sched Hours 

Assistant 

Town Clerk C-6 1 1 35 ; 

and further to see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer the sum of Six 
Thousand Six Hundred Four ($6,604.00) Dollars to increase the total compensation 



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budgeted for the Assistant Town Clerk to Eleven Thousand Five Hundred Fifty-Seven 
and no/100 ($11,557.00) Dollars; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the Personnel Classification By-Law schedule as adopted under Article 
5 of the Warrant for the 1984 Annual Town Meeting be amended by increasing the 
hours of the Assistant Town Clerk from Fifteen (15) hours weekly to Thirty-Five (35) 
hours weekly so that the schedule under the caption "List of Departments" as it per- 
tains to the Assistant Town Clerk shall read as follows: 

Pay Positions 

Department Group Authorized Sched Hours 

Assistant 

Town Clerk C-6 1 1 35 ; 

and further moved that the sum of Six Thousand Six Hundred Four and no/100 
($6,604.00) Dollars be raised by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to increase the total com- 
pensation budgeted for the Assistant Town Clerk to Eleven Thousand Five Hundred 
Fifty-Seven and no/100 ($11,557.00) Dollars. 
Article 25. Voted by a hand vote. YES 157; NO 127. 

Article 26. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to increase the compensation budgeted for the 
position of Administrative Secretary; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Eight Hundred Thirty-two and no/100 ($832.00) Dollars 
be raised and appropriated by taxation to increase the compensation budgeted for the 
1985 fiscal year for the position of Administrative Secretary. 
Article 26. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 27. To see if the Town will accept a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Permanent Fire 
Fighters, Local 2804 and to see what sum of money the Town will raise and ap- 
propriate to effectuate the Agreement; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 27. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 28. To see if the Town will accept a Collective Bargaining Agreement 
made by and between the Town of Cohasset and the Cohasset Police Association and 
to see what sum of money the Town will raise and appropriate to effectuate the Agree- 
ment; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 28. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 29. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from 
available funds a sum of money to partially renovate the Selectmen's office on the 
second floor of the Town Hall, 41 Highland Avenue; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of One Thousand Nine Hundred and no/100 ($1,900.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated from taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to partially 
renovate the Selectmen's office on the second floor of the Town Hall, 41 Highland 
Avenue. 
Article 29. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 30. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation the sum of 

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Seven Hundred and no/100 ($700.00) Dollars being a portion of the purchase price 
for a new copy machine to be shared jointly by the Board of Sewer Commissioners 
and the Board of Health; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 30. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 32. To see if the Town will vote to accept an amendment to the agree- 
ment establishing the South Shore Regional School District as proposed by vote of the 
South Shore Regional School District Committee adopted on December 14, 1983. 
The amendment specifies that the School District Committee may provide programs 
beyond the secondary level, either alone or in cooperation with other institutions. This 
amendment will become effective July 1, 1984 following acceptance by each of the 
member towns in the District. Copies of the Regional Agreement as amended and as 
proposed to be amended, as described in this Article, are available for inspection at 
the Office of the Town Clerk; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That an amendment be accepted to the agreement establishing the South 
Shore Regional School District as proposed by vote of the South Shore Regional 
School District Committee adopted on December 14, 1983. the amendment specified 
that the School District Committee may provide self-funding programs beyond the 
secondary level, either alone or in cooperation with other institutions. This amend- 
ment will become effective July 1, 1984 following acceptance by each of the member 
towns in the District. 
Article 32. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 33. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VH of the General By- 
Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLICORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 27 which shall 
provide as follows: 

"27(a) No person shall keep, store, manufacture or sell explosives or flamable 
materials on any property in the Town of Cohasset unless first having obtained a 
license from the Board of Selectmen. 

(b) No license shall issue for the keeping, storing, manufacturing or selling of ex- 
plosives or flamables until a hearing is conducted in accordance with the provisions of 
Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 148, Section 13. 

(c) In the event a license to keep, store, manufacture, or sell flamables or ex- 
plosives is granted pursuant to the provisions of Massachusetts General laws Chapter 
148, Section 13, the applicant shall pay an initial license fee of One Hundred and 
no/100 ($100.00) Dollars to the Town of Cohasset for such license and a renewal fee 
each year thereafter in the amount of Twenty-Five and no/100 ($25.00) Dollars." or 
act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 33. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 34. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General By- 
Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 28 which shall 
provide as follows: 

'^Section 28. All commercial structures constructed in the Town of Cohasset on 
and after July 1, 1984 shall be required to install fire alarm boxes," or acton anything 
relating thereto. 

MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 34. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 



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Article 35. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($50,000.00) 
Dollars to purchase a new ambulance for the Fire Department, and authorize the 
"trade-in" of the existing ambulance now used by the Fire Department; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Fifty Thousand and no/100 ($50,000.00) Dollars be raised 
and appropriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to purchase a new ambulance for the 
Fire Department, and the "trade-in" of the existing ambulance now used by the Fire 
Department be and hereby is authorized. 
Article 35. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 36. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to purchase Twenty-five (25) new portable 
pagers for the Call Force Fire Fighters and to relocate the Town's radio base stations 
to the Water Department Standpipe tank; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 36. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 37. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General By- 
Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, as follows: 

By striking Section 24 thereof and substituting in its place and stead the following Sec- 
tion 24: 

''Section 24. (a) No person shall fire or discharge any rifle, air rifle or pellet gun 
within the Town limits of the Town of Cohasset, provided, however, this By-Law shall 
not apply to the use of such weapon in the lawful defense of life or property or by Law 
Officer in the official execution of his duties, or at a designated rifle range with the 
permission of the Chief of Police of the Town of Cohasset; 

(b) Hunting by shotgun is prohibited within Five Hundred (500) feet of any dwell- 
ing and within all of that part of the Town of Cohasset bounded and described as 
follows: 

Westerly: By South Main Street 

Northerly: By Elm Street and a portion of Cohasset Harbor; 

Easterly: By portions of Cohasset Harbor and the Gulf River; 

Southerly: By the Scrtuate Town line." or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 37. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 38. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article VII of the General By- 
Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, by adding thereto a new Section 29 which shall 
provide as follows: 

"Section 29. (a) Any person or body that has lawful control over a public or 
private way or of improved or enclosed property used as off-street parking areas for 
business, shopping malls, theatres, auditoriums, sporting or recreational facilities, 
cultural centers, residential dwellings or for any other place where the public has a 
right of access as invitees or licensees, shall reserve parking space in said off-street 
parking areas for any vehicle owned and operated by a disabled veteran or handi- 
capped person whose vehicle bears the distinguished license plate authorized by Sec- 
tion 2 of Chapter 90 in the Massachusetts General Laws, according to the formula 
contained in such Section; 



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(b) No person or body shall leave an unauthorized vehicle within a park- 
ing space designated as reserved for vehicles owned and operated by disabled 
veterans or handicapped persons as authorized in subparagraph (a) of this Section 29 
or in such manner as to obstruct a curb ramp designated for use by disabled veterans 
or handicapped persons as means of ingress or egress to a street or public way. The 
penalty for violation shall be as follows: For the first offense $15.00; for the second 
offense $25.00; and for each subsequent offense the vehicle may be removed in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Section 120D of Chapter 266 of the Massachusetts 
General Laws."; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That Article VII of the General By-Laws, SAFETY AND PUBLIC ORDER, be 
amended by adding thereto a new Section 29 which shall provide as follows: 

"Section 29. (a) Any person or body that has lawful control over a public or 
private way or of improved or enclosed property used as off-street parking areas for 
business, shopping malls, theatres, auditoriums, sporting or recreational facilities, 
cultural centers, residential dwellings or for any other place where the public has a 
right of access as invitees or licensees, shall reserve parking space in said off-street 
parking areas for any vehicle owned and operated by a disabled veteran or handi- 
capped person which vehicle bears the distinguished license plate authorized by Sec- 
tion 2 of Chapter 90 in the Massachusetts General Laws, according to the formula set 
forth below: If the number of parking spaces in any such area is more than fifteen but 
not more than twenty-five, one parking space; more than twenty-five but not more 
than forty, five per cent of such spaces but not less than two; more than forty but not 
more than one hundred, four per cent of such spaces but not less than three; more 
than one hundred but not more than two hundred, three per cent of such spaces but 
not less than four; more than two hundred but not more than five hundred, two per 
cent of such spaces but not less than six; more than five hundred but not more than 
one thousand, one and one-half per cent of such spaces but not less than ten; more 
than one thousand but not more than two thousand but less than five thousand; three- 
fourths of one per cent of such spaces but not less than twenty; and more than five 
thousand, one-half of one per cent of such spaces but not less than thirty. 

(b) No person or body shall leave an unauthorized vehicle within a 
parking space designated as reserved for vehicles owned and operated by disabled 
veterans or handicapped persons as authorized in subparagraph (a) of this Section 29 
or in such manner as to obstruct a curb ramp designated for use by disabled veterans 
or handicapped persons as means of ingress or egress to a street or public way. The 
penalty for violation shall be as follows: For the first offense $15.00; for the second 
offense $25.00; and for each subsequent offense the vehicle may be removed in ac- 
cordance with the provisions of Section 120 D of Chapter 266 of the Massachusetts 
General Laws." 
Article 38. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 39. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, or transfer from the 
available funds the sum of Five Thousand and no/100 ($5,000.00) Dollars to pur- 
chase and equip a second hand vehicle to be used by the Dog Officer in connection 
with the execution of his responsibilities; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($5,000.00) Dollars be raised 
and appropriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to purchase and equip a second hand 
vehicle to be used by the Dog Officer in connection with the execution of his respon- 
sibilities. 
Article 39. Voted by a voice vote. 



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Article 40. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of One Thousand Eight Hundred and no/100 
($1,800.00) Dollars; to be used to cover the cost of operation, maintenance and in- 
surance of the Dog Officer's vehicle; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of One Thousand Eight Hundred and no/100 ($1,800.00) 
Dollars be raised and appropriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to be used to cover 
the cost of operation, maintenance and insurance of the Dog Officer's vehicle. 
Article 40. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 41. To see if the Town will vote to amend Article IX of the General By- 
Laws, HARBOR, as follows: 

By striking Section 2 as most recently amended by Article 23 of the 1983 Annual 
Town Meeting and substituting in its place and stead the following Section 2: 

"Section 2. (a)(i) No person shall moor any boat, float, or lobster car within the 
limits of Cohasset Harbor without first obtaining a permit from the Harbor Master. A 
permit must be obtained for each calendar year at a fee set annually by the Board of 
Selectmen. The application for such permit shaH be made to the Harbor Master on a 
form prescribed by the Board of Selectmen. The application shall state the name and 
address of the owner, the size and type of boat to be moored, the size and type of 
mooring, and, if the mooring is already in the water, the location thereof with suffi- 
cient detail to enable the Harbor Master to locate it. 

(ii) On or after July 1, 1983, all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor will be re- 
quired to display an annual decal in the port quarter aft of the boat to indicate that the 
mooring fee has been paid for the year and the boat is authorized to be on the moor- 
ing. 

(iii) On and after July 1, 1983, mooring fees shall be paid by June 1 of each year 
or the Harbor Master shall remove the mooring tackle from the confines of Cohasset 
Harbor of each individual for whom or entity for which no mooring fee has been paid 
and such removal shall be at the expense of the owner. 

(iv) On and after July 1, 1984, the owners of all boats temporarily moored in 
Cohasset Harbor not displaying a mooring decal shall, during certain times of the year 
as prescribed by the Board of Selectmen, pay a temporary per diem mooring fee as 
set annually by the Board of Selectmen on or before July 1, in each year."; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That Article IX of the General By-Laws, HARBOR, be amended as follows: 
By striking Section 2 as most recently amended by Article 23 of the 1983 Annual 
Town Meeting and substituting in its place and stead the following Section 2: 

"Section 2. (a)(i) No person shall moor any boat, float, or lobster car within the 
limits of Cohasset Harbor without first obtaining a permit from the Harbor Master. A 
permit must be obtained for each calendar year at a fee set annually by the Board of 
Selectmen. The application for such permit shall be made to the Harbor Master on a 
form prescribed by the Board of Selectmen. The application shall state the name and 
address of the owner, the size and type of boat to be moored, the size and type of 
mooring, and, if the mooring is already in the water, the location thereof with suffi- 
cient detail to enable the Harbor Master to locate it. 

(ii) On or after July 1, 1983, all boats moored in Cohasset Harbor will be re- 
quired to display an annual decal In the port quarter aft of the boat to indicate that the 
mooring fee has been paid for the year and the boat is authorized to be on the moor- 
ing. 

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(iii) On and after July 1 , 1983, mooring fees shall be paid by June 1 of each year 
or the Harbor Master shall remove the mooring tackle from the confines of Cohasset 
Harbor of each individual for whom or entity for which no mooring fee has been paid 
and such removal shall be at the expense of the owner. 

(iv) On and after July 1, 1984, the owners of all boats temporarily moored in 
Cohasset Harbor not displaying a mooring decal shall, during certain times of the year 
as prescribed by the Board of Selectmen, pay a temporary per diem mooring fee as 
set annually by the Board of Selectmen on or before July 1, in each year." 
Article 41. Further Moved: that this article be Indefinitely postponed. 
Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 42. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from 
avallaWe funds the sum of Six Thousand and no/100 ($6,000.00) Dollars to be used 
for basic planning costs and application fees in connection with the Government 
Island Pier Improvement Project; and further to authorize the Harbor Committee or 
the Board of Selectmen to apply for Federal and/or State grants in connection with 
the project or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 42. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 43. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation, or transfer 
from available funds, the sum of Five Hundred and no/100 ($500.00) Dollars to be 
used for the installation costs of a diesel fuel storage tank at the Cedar Street landfill; 
or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 43. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 44A. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of Ninety-Five Thousand and no/100 
($95,000.00) Dollars to purchase a rubber tired front end loader to be used at the 
Cedar Street landfill, or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 44A. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 44B. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/100 ($20,000.00) Dollars 
for the monthly payments during the 1985 fiscal year under a Lease/Purchase Agree- 
ment for a rubber tired front end loader to be used at the Cedar Street landfill; or act 
on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the sum of Twenty Thousand and no/100 ($20,000.00) Dollars be 
raised and appropriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, for the monthly payments dur- 
ing the 1985 fiscal year under a lease/purchase agreement for a rubber tire front 
end loader to be used at the Cedar Street Landfill. 
Article 44B. Vz required, Voted by a hand vote. YES 330; NO 25. 
Article 44B. Approved. 

Article 45. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money for the construction of a structure to house a 
rubber tired front end loader at the Cedar Street landfill, or act on anything relating 
thereto. 



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MOVED. That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 45. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 46. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds, a sum of money to pay for the relocation expenses of a family 
removed from a condemned property; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of One Hundred Twenty-Six ($126.00) Dollars be ap- 
propriated from surplus revenue to pay for the relocation expenses of a family re- 
moved from a condemned property. 
Article 46. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 47. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer 
from available funds a sum of money to retain the services of an Engineer to provide 
relevant data with regard to the Town's water shed area and to assist in the prepara- 
tion of a water shed area protection By-Law; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED. That the sum of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars be raised and ap- 
propriated by taxation, 1985 fiscal year, to retain the services of an Engineer to pro- 
vide relevant data with regard to the Town's water shed area and to assist in the 
preparation of a water shed area protection By-Law. 
Article 47. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 48. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate, transfer from 
available funds or borrow the sum of One Million Ninety-One Thousand Ninety-Five 
and no/100 ($1,091,095.00) Dollars for the Town's share of the cost for the prepara- 
tion of working plans and specifications for a waste water management and disposal 
system and for the implementation and construction of a waste water management 
and disposal system in accordance with the recommended alternative as set forth in 
Section 1.5, as Subsection 2 thereof is amended by a document entitled "proposed 
list of streets for expanded sewer service" dated May 29, 1984 (hereinafter called the 
"list"); Subsections 1.5.1, 1.5.2, and Paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5 of Subsection 1.5.3 
and Table 1-1 all appearing on pages 1-4 to 1-6 of the report prepared by Ward 
Engineering Associates, Springfield, Massachusetts and titled "Public Review Draft 
Suppplemental Waste Water Management Facilities Plan, Cohasset, Massachusetts" 
dated April, 1984, a copy of which report is on file with the office of the Town Clerk. 
The report is hereinafter called the "Ward Report" and the recommended alternative 
as set forth in Section 1.5* as amended by the list; Subsections 1.5.1, 1.5.2 and 
Paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5 of Subsection 1.5.3 and Table 1-1 as appearing in pages 1-4 
to 1-6 of the Ward Report is hereinafter called the "Ward Plan;" and further to see if 
the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available funds or borrow a sum of 
money for the purpose of paying the Town's consulting engineers the reasonable cost 
of preparing and filing the necessary applications with the appropriate agencies of the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States of America for grant 
assistance in connection with the preparation of working plans and specifications and 
the implementation of construction all in accordance with the Ward Plan; and further 
to see if the Town will authorize and direct the Board of Selectmen and/or the Board 
of Sewer Commissioners to prepare and file any and all applications necessary or con- 
venient to obtain grant assistance in connection with the design of working plans and 
specifications and the implementation of a construction program all in accordance 
with the Ward Plan; and further to see if the Town will rescind the borrowing authority 
voted pursuant to Article 23 of the 1973 Annual Town Meeting, and pursuant to Ar- 
ticle 29 of the 1974 Annual Town Meeting as amended by Article 2 of the October 21, 

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1974 Special Town Meeting and as authorized by Article 8 of the February 14, 1980 
Special Town Meeting; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED. That the Town appropriate the sum of One Million Ninety-One Thousand 
Ninety-Five and no/100 ($1,091,095.00) Dollars for the Town's share of the cost for 
the preparation of working plans and specifications for a waste water management 
and disposal system and for the implementation and construction of a waste water 
management and disposal system in accordance with the recommended alternative 
as set forth in Section 1.5, subsections 1.5.1, as paragraph 2 thereof is amended by a 
document entitled "Proposed List of Streets for Expanded Sewer Service" dated May 
29, 1984 (hereinafter called the "List"); 1.5.2 and paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5 of 
subsection 1.5.3 and table 1-1, all appearing on pages 1-4 to 1-6 of the report 
prepared by Ward Engineering Associates, Springfield, Massachusetts and entitled 
"Public Review Draft Supplemental Waste Water Management Facilities Plan, 
Cohasset, Massachusetts" dated April 29, 1984, a copy of which report is on file with 
the office of the Town Clerk. The report is hereinafter called the "Ward Report" and 
the recommended alternative as set forth in Section 1.5, subsection 1.5.1 as 
amended by the list, 1.5.2 and paragraphs 1, 2, 3 and 5 of subsection 1.5.3 and table 
1-1 as appearing on pages 1-4 to 1-6 of the Ward Report is hereinafter called the 
"Ward Plan"; and to meet said appropriation, the sum of Ten Thousand and no/100 
($10,000.00) Dollars be transferred from funds appropriated under Article 4 of the 
November 29, 1982 Special Town Meeting; the sum of Nine Thousand Five Hundred 
Thirty-One and 15/100 ($9,531.15) Dollars is transferred from sums appropriated 
under Article 35 of the April 2, 1983 Annual Town Meeting; the sum of Seventy-Seven 
Thousand Eight Hundred Five and 67/100 ($77,805.67) Dollars is transferred from 
funds appropriated under Article 23 of the March 3, 1973 Annual Town Meeting, Ar- 
ticle 29 of the May 6, 1974 Annual Town Meeting, Article 2 of the October 21, 1974 
Special Town Meeting, and Article 7 of the February 14, 1980 Special Town Meeting; 
the sum of Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Ninety-Four and 53/100 ($19,294.53) 
Dollars be appropriated from federal funds on deposit received in accordance with 
the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972 as amended; the sum of Thirty-Eight 
Thousand Eight Hundred Fifteen and no/100 ($38,815.00) Dollars be appropriated 
from State funds on deposit received in accordance with the State Environmental 
Statutes; Six Hundred Forty-Eight and 65/100 ($648.65) Dollars be raised and ap- 
propriated by taxation; and that the Treasurer be authorized to borrow the sum of 
Nine Hundred Thirty-Five Thousand and no/100 ($935,000.00) Dollars in accor- 
dance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 44, Section 7 and that the author- 
ized borrowing be reduced by the amount of funds contributed by private citizens in 
accordance with Article VI of Section 5 of the General By-Laws; and further, moved 
that the sum of One Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($1,500.00) Dollars be 
raised and appropriated by taxation for the purpose of paying the Town's consulting 
engineers for the preparation and filing of the necessary applications with the ap- 
propriate agencies of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States of 
America for grant assistance in connection with the preparation of working plans and 
specifications and the implementation of construction all in accordance with the Ward 
Plan; and further moved that the Board of Selectmen and/or the Board of Sewer 
Commissioners prepare and file any and all applications necessary and convenient to 
attain grant assistance in connection with the design of working plans and specifica- 
tions and the implementation of a construction program all in accordance with the 
Ward Plan, and further, moved that the borrowing authority voted pursuant to Article 
23 of the 1973 Annual Town Meeting, Article 29 of the 1974 Annual Town Meeting as 



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amended by Article 2 of the October 21, 1974 Special Town Meeting and as author- 
ized by Article 8 of the February 14, 1980 Special Town Meeting be and it hereby is 
rescinded; and further, moved that the Board of Selectmen and/or Board of Sewer 
Commissioners be and they hereby are authorized to enter into an inter-municipal 
agreement with the Town of Hull for sewerage treatment and septage disposal for a 
period not to exceed Thirty (30) years; provided, however, that except for the expen- 
diture of sums not in excess of One Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($1,500.00) 
Dollars for the reasonable cost of preparing and filing grant applications with the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the United States of America, there shall be no 
expenditure under the provisions of this Article until the Town has received written 
commitments for grant funding from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the 
United States of America as set forth in Table 1-1 of the Ward Report. 

AMENDMENT TO MAIN MOTION UNDER ARTICLE 48 

MOVED (by Charles DeSantis): That the main motion of Article 48 as heretofore 
presented be amended by inserting after the word list on line 10 of said motion the 
following language: 

"and amended to include the Chief Justice Cushing Highway Business District as 
delineated on the current Town Zoning Map and located from Cohasset/Scituate Line 
to Beechwood Street and the following streets of the Brewster Road area, Brewster 
Road, Ledgeway, Woodway, Ledgewood Drive, provided that the additional cost to 
the Town, if any shall be paid or reimbursed by Federal, State and Private Funding 
and further provided that the above shall not impede, hinder or delay the implemen- 
tation of the Ward Plan and further provided that any funds to be contributed by 
private sources are hereby appropriated. 
Second Amendment to Main Motion under Article 48. 

MOVED (by Joseph Gwinn): That defeat of article 48 means that the Town returns to 
the M & E plan, as voted by the Special Town Meeting of February 1980 (Article 8), 
and that the Town is committed solely to this plan until after the Town has voted on 
the question to proceed with Step 3 construction. 

Joseph Gwinn amendment ruled out of order by Moderator, Charles DeSantis 
amendment then voted on voice vote. 

Article 48. % vote necessary. Main Motion as amended by Charles DeSantis amend- 
ment. 
Voted by a hand vote. YES 346, NO 44. 

MOVED: That this Town Meeting be dissolved. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 12:00 Midnight. 

ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 

Town Clerk 
Cohasset MA 02025 



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Town Clerk's Report 
Town Election— June 30, 1984 



Polls opened at 8:00 A.M. 

Election Officers Present 
Domenic M. Baccari 
Mary N. Grassie 
Grace Tuckerman 
Alice Mersch 
Barbara Williams 
Bernard Mulcahy 
Jean M. Salvador 



Janice Rosa no 
Mary A. Fiori 
Eileen Buckley 
Maria R. Pape 
Margaret C. Hernan 
Geraldine Anslie 
Constance Jones 



54.52% voted 



SELECTMEN for three years 

Mary Jane McArthur 

Doris C. Golden 

Blanks 

Total 



Pre. 1 



Pre. 2 



Total 



959 


664 


1623 


350 


517 


867 


11 


18 


29 


1320 


1199 


2519 



The vote was declared at 8:05 P.M. the warden dissolved the election at 8:15 P.M- 

Frances L. Marks 
Town Clerk of Cohasset 

A True Copy: 
ATTEST: 



PRECINCT CLERK'S REPORT 
Precinct No. 1 



The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 
Ballot Card Absentees 191 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
I. Card ballots to computer center 

Precinct 1 

The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 



A. 


1700 


B. 


568 


C. 


1132 


D. 


3 


E. 


1129 


F. 


191 


G. 


1320 


H. 


1320 


1. 


1320 


A. 


1770 


B. 


748 


C. 


1022 


D. 


1 



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E. Actual number of card ballots cast E. 1021 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited F. 178 
BallotCard 178 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box G. 1199 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 1200 

1 over ring 

I. Card ballots to computer center I. 1199 



Town Clerk's Report 
State Primary— September 18, 1984 

The following Election Officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 
7:00 A.M. 



Mary N. Grassie, Deputy Warden R 

Jean Salvador, Clerk D 

Bernard H. Mulcahy, Clerk D 
Sworn in at 6:45 A.M. 



Inspectors Democratic 




Inspectors Republicans 


Roberta Shurbier 




Betty Pearce 


Jean Salvador 




Maria R. Pape 


Barbara Williams 




Grace Tuckerman 


Mary A. Fiori 




Margaret Stoughton 


Ann Leonard 




Janet MacLure 


Charlotte Leiand 




Katherine Lincoln 
George Marlette 


Sworn in at 12:00 P.M. 






Janice Rosa no 


D 




Judith Volungis 


R 




Kathleen England 


R 




Margaret Hernan 


D 





Sworn in at 4:30 P.M.— Constance S. Jones 
Sworn in at 5:00 P.M.— Domenic Baccari, Warden R 
Registrars present during the Primary Election 
Alice Daunt Robert S. Pape 

Burt Pratt Frances L. Marks 

Precinct No. 1 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening of Polls at 7:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 2000 D 1000 

R 1000 

B. Numberof unused card ballots B. D 461 

R 436 

C. Number of card ballot cards used C. D 539 

R 564 

D. Numberof spoiled ballot cards D. 13 D 6 

R 7 

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E. Actual number of card ballots cast 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 

1 Ballot card absentees 



G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 

I. Total ballots cast 



Precinct No. 2 

The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening of Polls at 7:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received 

B. Numberof unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Numberof spoiled ballot cards 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited into ballot box 

1. Ballot card absentees 



G. Total number of ballots In ballot box 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
I. Total ballots cast 



E 




D 


533 






R 


557 






D 


28 






R 


20 


F. 


48 






G. 


1133 






H. 


1137 






over rings 4 






1. 


1133 







A. 


2000 


D 


1000 






R 


1000 


B. 




D 


500 






R 


363 






D 


490 






R 


361 


D. 


12 


D 


10 






R 


2 


E. 




D 


490 






R 


361 






D 


25 






R 


14 


F. 


39 






G. 


892 






H. 
1. 


892 
892 







DEMOCRATIC PARTY 



Pre. 1 



Pre. 2 



Total 



SENATOR IN CONGRESS Vote for One 










David M. Bartley 


3 


44 


52 


96 


Michael Joseph Connolly 


4 


54 


56 


100 


John F. Kerry 


5 


195 


214 


409 


James M.Shannon 


6 


232 


167 


399 


Blanks 




35 


28 


63 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 


REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 










Tenth Congressional District Vote for One 










Gerry E.Studds 


11 


341 


305 


646 


Peter V.FIynn 


12 


195 


189 


384 


Christopher Clay Trundy 


13 


10 


9 


19 


Blanks 




14 


14 


28 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 



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COUNCILLOR Fourth District Vote for One 










Peter L. Eleey 


21 


314 


296 


610 


Blanks 




246 


221 


467 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 


SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 










Norfolk & Plymouth District Vote for One 










William B. Golden 


31 


405 


391 


796 


Richard R.Walsh 


32 


119 


102 


221 


Blanks 




36 


24 


60 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT Vote for One 






Third Plymouth District 


40 




1 


1 


Blanks 




560 


516 


1076 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 


REGISTER OF PROBATE NORFOLK COUNTY Vote for One 






Thomas Patrick Hughs 


51 


338 


314 


652 


Blanks 




222 


203 


425 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER 










Norfolk County Vote for not more than Two 










James J. Collins 


59 


226 


228 


454 


George B. McDonald 


60 


174 


192 


366 


Thomas M. Brennan 


61 


114 


95 


209 


Gerald Ridge 


62 


101 


98 


199 


Blanks 




505 


421 


916 


Total 




1120 


1034 


2154 


TREASURER Norfolk County Vote for One 










James M.Collins 


67 


303 


272 


575 


Blanks 




257 


245 


502 


Total 




560 


517 


1077 



REPUBLICAN 

SENATOR IN CONGRESS Vote for One 

Elliot L. Richardson 

Raymond Shamie 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 
Tenth Congressional District Vote for One 
John E. Bennett 
Lewis Cram pton 
George Donovan 

Blanks 
Total 



3 


263 


145 


408 


4 


293 


226 


519 




17 


4 


21 




573 


375 


948 


11 


62 


69 


131 


12 


357 


206 


563 


13 


110 


68 


178 




1 




1 




43 


32 


75 




573 


375 


948 



117 



COUNCILLOR Fourth District Vote for One 
Patricia A. Ruskiewcz 21 

Blanks 
Total 

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 

Norfolk & Plymouth District Vote for One 

Anna H. Doherty 31 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 

Third Plymouth District Vote for One 

Mary Jeanette Murray 40 

Peter Pratt 

Blanks 

Total 

COUNTY COMMISSIONER Norfolk County Vote for One 
Auburn J. Perry, Jr. 59 

60 
Blanks 
Total 

TREASURER Norfolk County Vote for One 

67 
Michael J. Sullivan, Medford 
Blanks 
Total 

The vote was declared at 11:45 P.M. the Warden dissolved the election at midnight. 

A True Copy: 
ATTEST: 

Frances L. Marks 

Tov^n Clerk 

Cohasset, Massachusetts 02025 



397 


248 


645 


176 


127 


303 


573 


375 


948 


429 


278 


707 


144 


97 


241 


573 


375 


948 


484 


327 


811 


1 




1 


88 


48 


136 


573 


375 


948 


e 
379 


251 


630 











194 


124 


318 


573 


375 


948 


1 




1 


572 


375 


947 


573 


375 


948 



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Town Clerk's Report 
State Election— November 6, 1984 



Polls Opened at 7:00 A.M. 






82% Voted 
4299 Grand Total 


Election Officers Present 6:30 A.M. 






Maria R. Pape 


R 


Mary N.Grassie, Warden 


R 


Jean Salvador 


D 


Mary A. Fiori 


D 


Betty Pearce 


R 


Eileen Buckley 


R 


Barbara Williams 


D 


Bernard H. Mulcahy 


D 


Kathleen England 


R 


Ann E. Leonard 


D 


Thomas Healy 


D 


Grace R. Tuckerman 


R 


Margaret Stoughton 


R 


George Ma riette 


R 


Janice Rosa no 


D 


Judy Volungis 


R 


10:00 A.M. 








Dorothea Bjorkgren 


D 






1:00 P.M. 








Margaret Hernan 


D 






4:30 P.M. 








Constance Jones 


D 






Domenic M. Baccari 









Pre. 1 



Pre. 2 



Total 



ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT 

Mondaleand Ferraro 

Reagan and Bush 

Serretteand Ross 

All Others 

Blanks 

Total 

SENATORS IN CONGRESS 

John F. Kerry 

Raymond Shamie 

Mel King 

Blanks 

Total 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 

Gerry E. Studds 

Lewis Cram pton 

Blanks 

Total 

COUNCILLOR 
Peter L. Eleey 
Patricia A. Ruskiewicz 
Blanks 
Total 



3 


832 


791 


1623 


4 


1436 


1149 


2585 


5 


7 


7 


14 




1 


1 


2 




38 


37 


75 




2314 


1985 


4299 


11 


923 


908 


1831 


12 


1326 


1022 


2348 






1 


1 




65 


54 


119 




2314 


1985 


4299 


17 


1042 


1006 


2048 


18 


1211 


924 


2135 




61 


55 


116 




2314 


1985 


4299 


21 


942 


895 


1837 


22 


985 


769 


1754 




387 


321 


708 




2314 


1985 


4299 



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SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT 












Anna H. Doherty 






26 


974 


740 


1714 


William B. Golden 






27 


1185 


1138 


1138 


Blanks 








155 


107 


262 


Total 








2314 


1985 


4299 


REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT 










Mary Jeanette Murray 






31 


1881 


1610 


3491 


Michael Kennedy 








7 


10 


17 


Ann Whelan 








1 





1 


Frederick Koed 








1 





1 


Donna McGee 











1 


1 


Blanks 








424 


364 


788 


Total 








2314 


1985 


4299 


REGISTER OF PROBATE 














Thomas Patrick Hughes 






37 


1440 


1300 


2740 


Robert Beggan 








1 





1 


Blanks 








873 


682 


1558 


Total 








2314 


1985 


4299 


COUNTY COMMISSIONER Vote for TWO 










James J. Collins 






40 


901 


872 


1773 


George B. McDonald 






41 


817 


793 


1610 


Auburn J. Perry, Jr. 






42 


1101 


842 


1947 


Blanks 








1809 


1459 


3268 


Total 








4628 


3970 


8598 


TREASURER 














James M.Collins 






47 


821 


836 


1657 


Michael S.Selib 






48 


1132 


884 


2016 


Blanks 








361 


265 


626 


Total 








2314 


1985 


4299 


The vote was declared at 12:15 A.M. the Warden dissolved the election at 12:30 A.M. 


Frances L. Marks 














Town Clerk of Cohasset 














A True Copy 














ATTEST: 
















PRECINCT CLERK'S REPORT 










Precinct No. 1 









The ballot box registered at 0000 at opening 7:00 A.M. 

A. Number of card ballots received A. 3000 

B. Number of unused card ballots B. 879 

C. Number of card ballots used C. 2121 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards D. 7 

E. Actual number of card ballots cast E. 2114 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited F. 200 

Ballot card absentees 200 



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A. 


3000 


B. 


1145 


C. 


1855 


D. 


16 


E. 


1839 


F. 


146 


G. 


1985 


H. 


1985 


1. 


1985 



G. Total number of ballots in ballot box G. 2314 

H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls H. 2314 

I. Card ballots to computer center I. 2314 

PRECINCT CLERK'S REPORT 
Precinct No. 2 

The ballot box registered at 00000 at opening 

A. Number of card ballots received 

B. Number of unused card ballots 

C. Number of card ballots used 

D. Number of spoiled ballot cards 

E. Actual number oj card ballots cast 

F. Number of absentee ballots deposited 

Ballot card absentees 146 

G. Total number of ballots in ballot box 
H. Ballot box registered at closing of polls 
I. Card ballots to computer center 



Town Clerk's Report 
Special Town Meeting— November 19, 1984 

At the Special Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 7:30 
P.M., there was not a quorum at 8:35 P.M. 

MOVED: That we adjourn this meeting to November 28, 1984 on Wednesday at 7:30 
P.M. 

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING-NOVEMBER 28, 1984 

At the reconvened Town Meeting held at the Cohasset High School Auditorium at 
7:30 P.M., the following articles were contained in the Warrant and acted upon as 
recorded. 

Checkers previously appointed for entrance by the Selectmen and sworn in by 
the Town Clerk Frances L. Marks at 6:45 P.M. were Margaret Hernan, Barbara 
Williams, Janice Rosano, Mary N. Grassie and Constance Jones. 

Tellers appointed by Moderator William D. Weeks at 7:30 P.M. were Robert S. 
Pape, Bernard Mulcahy, Arthur L. Lehr, Jr., Frederick Howe, Betty L. Pearce and 
Robin E. Pape. 

The number of voters present as checked on the incoming voting lists was 255. 

The meeting was called to order at 8:10 P.M. by the Moderator and the Town 
Clerk proceeded to read the call of the meeting. 

Article 1. To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate by taxation or 
transfer from available funds the sum of Four Thousand Five Hundred Thirty One and 
31/100 ($4,531.31) Dollars for the payment of unpaid bills itemized below and 
relating to the 1984 fiscal year; or act on anything relating thereto. 



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Bill Department Amount 

Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar 

(Legal Services— Sewer Matters) Board of Selectmen $3,798.08 

Automobile Allowance, 

Superintendent of Wires Board of Selectmen $ 101.40 

Alltown Oil Co. 

(Fuel— Town Hall) Board of Selectmen $ 631.83 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of Four Thou- 
sand Five Hundred Thirty One and 31/100 ($4,531.31) Dollars for the payment of 
unpaid bills itemized below and relating to the 1984 fiscal year. 

Bill Department Amount 

Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar 

(Legal Services— Sewer Matters) Board of Selectmen $3,798.08 

Automobile Allowance, 

Superintendent of Wires Boardof Sefectmen $ 101.40 

Alltown Oil Co. 

(Fuel— Town Hall) Boardof Selectmen $ 631.83 

Article 1. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 9/10 vote required. 

Article 2. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Two Thousand and no/100 ($2,000.00) Dollars for the services of a 
Chemist and for related services in connection with a household hazardous waste col- 
lection day; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of Two Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($2,000.00) Dollars for the services of a Chemist and for related 
services in connection with a household hazardous waste collection day. 
Article 2. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Thousand Nine Hundred Sixty-Five and no/100 ($1,965.00) 
Dollars for the purchase of a computer terminal for the Town Clerk's Office and for 
software programs relating to certain functions of the Town Clerk's Office; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of One Thou- 
sand Nine Hundred Sixty Five and no/100 ($1,965.00) Dollars for the purchase of a 
computer terminal for the Town Clerk's Office and for software programs relating to 
certain functions of the Town Clerk's Office. 
Article 3. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Six Thousand Three Hundred and no/100 ($6,300.00) Dollars, a 
portion of which shall be used to renovate the interior of the computer room of the 
Town Accountant's Office and a portion of which shall be used to renovate the interior 
of the Treasurer/Collector's Office, the Town Clerk's Office and the Office of the 
Board of Selectmen; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of Three Thou- 
sand Seven Hundred Forty and no/100 ($3,740.00) Dollars, a portion of which shall 
be used to renovate the interior of the Treasurer/CoUector's Office, the Town Clerk's 
Office and the Office of the Board of Selectmen; and a portion of which shall be used 



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to purchase and install a replacement air conditioning unit for the computer room. 
Article 4. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 5. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of One Thousand One Hunded and no/100 ($1,100.00) Dollars for the 
purpose of making improvements to the Sewer Department truck, including lettering 
and rust proofing, and for the purpose of purchasing equipment for the Sewer 
Department truck, including a tool box and VHF radio; or act on anything relating 
thereto. 

MOVED: That this Article be indefinitely postponed. 
Article 5. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Six Thousand Five Hundred and no/100 ($6,500.00) Dollars for the 
purchase of an Influent Flow Meter for the Waste Water Treatment Plant; or act on 
anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of Six Thousand 
Five Hundred and no/100 ($6,500.00) Dollars for the purchase of a Flow Meter for 
the Waste Water Treatment Plant. 
Article 6. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate, transfer from available 
funds or borrow the sum of Two Hundred Twenty-Five Thousand and no/ 100 
($225,000.00) Dollars to complete roof repairs to the High School, and in connection 
therewith, authorize the School Committee to apply for grant funds from the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts; and further that a sum of money be appropriated from 
taxation for payment of interest on authorized temporary loans and expenses relating 
to the bond issue; or act on anything relating thereto. 

Main Motion 

MOVED: That the sum of Two Hundred Twenty Five Thousand and no/100 
($225,000.00) Dollars be appropriated to supplement the funds appropriated under 
Article 11 of the 1984 Annual Town Meeting to complete extraordinary repairs to the 
roofs of the Junior/Senior High School and to meet said appropriation, the sum of 
Twenty Five Thousand and no/100 ($25,000.00) Dollars be transferred from 
Surplus Revenue and the Treasurer be authorized to borrow the sum of Two Hundred 
Thousand and no/100 ($200,000.00) Dollars in accordance with Massachusetts 
General Laws; Chapter 44, Section 7 (3A). 

Amendment to the Main Motion 

MOVED: That the main motion under Article 7 be amended by deleting the sum of 
Two Hundred Twenty Five Thousand and no/100 ($225,000.00) Dollars and insert- 
ing in its place and stead the sum of Forty Five Thousand and no/ 100 ($45,000.00) 
Dollars and by deleting all language after the words "the Junior/Senior High School" 
to the end of the main motion and substituting in its place and stead the 
following: "And that such appropriation be from Surplus Revenue" so that the main 
motion shall read as follows: 

"MOVED: That the sum of Forty Five Thousand and no/100 ($45,000.00) Dollars be 
appropriated from Surplus Revenue to supplement the funds appropriated under Ar- 
ticle 11 of the 1984 Annual Town Meeting to complete extraordinary repairs to the 
roofs of the Junior/Senior High School." 
Article 7. Voted Amendment was defeated 

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Voted Main Motion requires % vote. YES 191; NO 38. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer from available 
funds the sum of Twenty-Five Thousand and no/100 ($25,000.00) Dollars to be 
credited to the Planning Board General Expense Account and to be expended by 
engineering fees in connection with projects over which the Planning Board has 
jurisdiction; or act on anything relating thereto. 

MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of Fifteen Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($15,000.00) Dollars to be credited to the Planning Board General 
Expense Account and expended for engineering fees in connection with projects over 
which the Planning Board has jurisdiction. 
Article 8. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate 
and execute an agreement with SEMASS Partnership, a Massachusetts limited part- 
nership, for a term in excess of twenty (20) years as authorized by Massachusetts 
General Laws, Chapter 40D, Section 21 with respect to the delivery and acceptance 
of the Town's solid waste; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to negotiate and execute 
an agreement with SEMASS Partnership, a Massachusetts limited partnership, for a 
term in excess of Twenty (20) years as authorized by Massachusetts General Laws, 
Chapter 40D, Section 21G with respect to the delivery and acceptance of the Town's 
solid waste. 
Article 9. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property 
from Edwin W. Lundquist which parcel is on Jerusalem Road and abuts Straits Pond 
and is more particularly shown and outlined in red on a copy of sheet 9 of the 
Assessor's maps on file with the Office of the Town Clerk and to see what sum of 
money the Town will raise and appropriate by taxation or transfer from available 
funds for the purpose of preparation of engineering plans and a deed to be recorded 
with the Norfolk County Registry of Deeds; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town accept a gift of a certain parcel of real property from Edwin 
L. Lundquist which parcel is on Jerusalem Road and abuts Straits Pond and is more 
particularly shown as outlined in red on a copy of sheet 9 of the Assessor's maps on 
file with the Office of the Town Clerk and that the sum of Two Thousand Five Hundred 
and no/100 ($2,500.00) Dollars to be transferred from Surplus Revenue for the pur- 
pose of preparation of engineering plans and recording fees. 
Article 10. Voted unanimously by a voice vote. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will petition the General Court for special legisla- 
tion authorizing the Town to appropriate or transfer the sum of Four Thousand Eighty 
and no/ 100 ($4,080.00) Dollars to pay legal expenses incurred by the Fire Chief, 
Martin W. Dooley, or to reimburse the said Fire Chief, for legal fees paid in connection 
with his representation before the Board of Selectmen with respect to an investigative 
hearing relating to a fire on November 25, 1983; or act on anything relating thereto. 
MOVED: That the Town authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the General 
Court for Special legislation authorizing the Town to appropriate or transfer the sum 
of Three Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy and no/100 ($3,770.00) Dollars to 
pay legal expenses incurred by the Fire Chief, Martin W. Dooley, or to reimburse the 



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said Fire Chief, for legal fees paid in connection with his representation before the 
Board of Selectmen with respect to an investigative hearing relating to a fire on 
November 25, 1983. 
Article 11. Voted by a voice vote. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate or transfer a sum of 
money for legal fees incurred and to be incurred by Special Town Counsel, Goodwin, 
Proctor & Hoar, relating to the prosecution and defense of various actions and ap- 
peals arising out of the Town's Waste Water management problems and Pursuit of 
alternative solutions thereto; or act on anything relating therein. 
MOVED: That the Town appropriate from Surplus Revenue the sum of Thirty Thou- 
sand and no/100 ($30,000.00) Dollars for payment of legal fees incurred and to be 
incurred by Special Town Counsel, Goodwin, Proctor & Hoar, relating to the prosecu- 
tion and defense of various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's Waste Water 
Management problems and pursuit of alternative solutions thereto. 
MOVED: That the main motion under Article 12 be amended to read: 

"MOVED: That the sum of Twenty One Thousand One Hudnred Thirty Two and 
50/100 ($21,132.50) Dollars be appropriated from Surplus Revenue to pay legal 
fees incurred during the first four (4) months of the fiscal year to special Town 
Counsel, Goodwin, Proctor and Hoar relating to the prosecution and defense of 
various actions and appeals arising out of the Town's waste water management prob- 
lems and in pursuit of alternative solutions thereto." 
Article 12. Amendment was defeated. 

Main Motion was adopted by a voice vote. 

MOVED: That this Special Town Meeting be dissolved. 
Voted unanimously by a voice vote at 10:25 P.M. 

Frances L. Marks 

Town Clerk of Coh asset 

ATTEST: 



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Report of Board of Registrars 

1984 was an unusually active year for the Board of Registrars. 

The Board was in session for the registration of new voters and certification of 
nomination papers for the following meetings and elections: Presidential Primary, 
State Primary, State Election, Annual Town Meeting, two Special Town Meetings, 
Town Election, recount of Town Election for office of Selectman, and a run-off Elec- 
tion. 

The dates and hours of these sessions are prescribed by State Law, and fifteen 
sessions were held during the year, varying in length from two to fourteen hours. 

In addition individual Registrars held registration sessions at Cohasset High 
School and in local nursing homes. 

The Town census, which comes under the jurisdiction of the Registrars, was con- 
ducted by mail this year for the first time and the rate of response was gratifying. 
Citizens are reminded that failure to return the census form, or to list all residents of 
the household, could result in removal of names from the voting list. 

Numberof registered voters on January 1, 1984 4,883 

Numberof registered voters on January 1, 1985 5,269 

Democrats 1,357 

Republicans 1,264 

Unenrolled 2,648 

PopulationofCohassetasof January 1984 7,188 

Notices of registration sessions are posted in the Town Hall, Post Office, and 
other public buildings, and prominent locations throughout the Town. Questions con- 
cerning voter registration and census may be directed to the Town Clerk's office dur- 
ing regular office hours. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Board of Registrars 

Burtram J. Pratt, Chairman 

Robert S. Rape 

Alice G. Daunt 

Frances L. Marks. Clerk of Board 



Election Officers 

For the Year 1984 

In accordance with Chapter 54 of the General Laws, will you please consider the 
following persons to be appointed as Election Officers for the ensuing year. These 
names have been taken from the lists submitted by the Republican and Democratic 
Town Committees. 

WARDEN Dominic M. Baccari R 

DEPUTY WARDEN Mary N. Grassie R 

CLERK Bernard Mulcahy D 

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CLERK Jean Salvador 

DEPUTY CLERK Ann Leonard 

DEPUTY CLERK Barbara Williams 

INSPECTORS: 

MaryA. Fiori D Janice Rosano 

Carol Began R Maria Pape 

Margaret Hernan D Ellen Patrolia 

Eileen Buckley R Carol Townsend 

DEPUTY INSPECTORS: 

Dorothea Bjorkgren D Grace Tuckerman 

Patricia Buckley R Roberta Shurbier 

Patricia Walsh D Margaret Stoughton 

TELLERS: 

Charlotte Leiand D Janet Maclure 

Katherine Lincoln R MarjorieGiffen 

Mary Leavitt D Kathleen England 

Betty Pearce R Ronald Goodwin 

Thomas Healy D George Marlette 

Rosette Greco R Willa Berents 

KurtGiffen D Judith Volungis 



Vital Statistics 

Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths Recorded in 1984 

BIRTHS 

The total number of births recorded were seventy four. Of the seventy four born 
in the year 1984 all the parents were residents of Cohasset. There were forty four 
males and thirty females. 

PARENTS, BE SURE TO RECORD THE BIRTHS OF YOUR CHILDREN WITH 
GIVEN NAME IN FULL. 

MARRIAGES 

The total number of marriages for 1984 was sixty three, two were delayed 
returns of past year. Forty five were solemnized in Cohasset during the current year. 

DEATHS 

Total number of deaths was seventy two including residents of Cohasset who 
died elsewhere and non-residents who died in Cohasset, of the forty-five who were 
residents of Cohasset, nineteen were males and twenty six females. 



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Births for the Year 1984 



Date 


Name of Child 


January 




10 


Kevin Raymond Hanian 


11 


Liam Roine Martin 


11 


Jari Roine Martin 


17 


Andrew Thomas Walsh, III 


19 


Katharine Marie Grimm 


February 


2 


Kristen Taniguchi Deane 


12 


John Edward Jerz 


20 


Gregory Frenchko Smith 


March 




2 


Matthew Thomas Ogrodnik 


6 


Thomas Patrick Bilodeau 


11 


Daniel Charles Palimeri 


15 


Ashley Genevieve Leahy 


22 


Stephen Greenwood Laney 


April 




10 


Melanie Nichole Suddath 


30 


Mary Elizabeth Parker 


May 




2 


Joseph Daniel Roach 


11 


Daniel Patrick Kinchia 


11 


Christine Elspeth Hendrickson 


13 


Connor Richard Avery 


15 


Alexander Bryant Etkind 


22 


Jennifer Lee Kurtz 


26 


Maria Katherine Zade 


June 




1 


Samuel Aubry Fox 


6 


Nancy Elizabeth Winters 


14 


William Colin Leavitt 


17 


Caroline Elizabeth Carter 


25 


Alexander Ross-Robert Schmidt 


July 




9 


Rachelle Marie Young 


10 


Jennifer Michelle Craig 


12 


Jeffrey David Garber 


17 


Kendra Rose Topalian 


21 


Kimberly Anne Crossen 


22 


Matthew Robert Meikleham 


23 


Benjamin David Tilton 


23 


Tara Jean Mangan 


24 


Sarah Elizabeth Abbott 


27 


Matthew Joseph Davis 


28 


Alexander Robert Johnston 



Parents 



(Mothers Maiden Name) 



Raymond John & Debra Jane (Roberts) 
Donald Richard Roine & Elizabeth Violet 

(Martin) 
Donald Richard Roine & Elizabeth Violet 

(Martin) 
Andrew Thomas, Jr. & Diane (O'Grady) 
William Richard & Deborah Anne (Shadd) 

Gordon Lewis and Motoko (Taniguchi) 
Joseph Lawrence and Maureen Elizabeth 

(McVann) 
Daniel William & Pearl (Frenchko) 

Thomas Glen & Martha Marie (Hogan) 
Paul Thomas & Hiija (Rautiala) 
Michael & Martha Louisa (Fink) 
Daniel Crandon & Patricia Anne (Cohn) 
Peter Lynch & Michelle H. (Onwood) 

Roger Blak6 & Jill Arlene (Basmajian) 
Cragin Peter & Mary Alice (Scanlan) 

Arthur Robert & Nancy Virginia Marie 

(Bilodeau) 
John Edward & Nancy Martha (Kiely) 
Russell Bennett & Kathryn Sue (Kraft) 
Richard Johnson & Sarah McCann (Jones) 
Stephen Lee & Susan (Hurlbert) 
Peter Charles & Deborah Ann (Jones) 
Mohammed & Janet Allen (Shyne) 

John Joseph & Kathryn (Aubry) 

John Harris, III & Joanne Marie (Magner) 

Mark William & Karen Jean (MacDonald) 

William Beaudet & Susan (Kelley) 

Wayne Robert & Sondra Rose (Heckathorne) 

Wally Francis & Maureen Sue (Stuart) 

Michael William & Linda Dolores (Neagle) 

Gary Robert & Helene Eve (Stark) 

Kenneth & Karen Marie (Diamond) 

Joseph Frederick & Donna Marie (Osbourne) 

Dennis Stephen & Susan (Augusta) 

Paul Cullen & Maureen (Kelly) 

Peter Anthony & Donna Gay (Basmajian) 

Peter Michael & Patricia Anne (Garrity) 

Raymond Joseph & Mary Ellen (Hanlon) 

Robert Frederick & Diane Tracy (Griswold) 



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31 



Kendell Elizabeth Drake 



Kevin Francis & Elizabeth (Crowley) 



August 




4 


Ian Edward Cox 


8 


David Francis Crowley-Buck 


9 


Dennis Joseph Reardon 


11 


Brian Francis Lewis 


14 


Maura Young McKenney 


14 


Therese Marie Oilman 


24 


Nicole Marie Byrnes 


24 


Barry Carson Tufts, Jr. 


24 


David Andrew Nicholas Krueger 


27 


Jeremy Edward Tedeschi 


29 


Gregory Kuzma Capobianco 


September 


4 


Kristin Anne Londergan 


5 


Justin Richard Drybanski 


10 


Matthew McBrien Corry 


22 


Travis Harold Ogden 


25 


Evan Christopher Pestone 


27 


Colin Beckett Kelly 


30 


Bryan Gregory Quinn 


October 




3 


John Michael Dwyer, II 


10 


Martha Lancaster Wasp 


12 


Meredith Spencer Bates 


19 


Peter Andre Roy, II 


20 


Peter Bradley Collins 


21 


Deirdre Diana Bigley 


30 


Jared Paul Krupczak 


30 


Ross Mark Lieb-Lappen 


November 


5 


Kevin Patrick O'Brien, II 


6 


Martha Jane Henderson 


9 


Rebecca Marie Butman 


10 


Jenna Amelia Lanata 


24 


Laura Katherine Kondrat 


25 


John Bennett Michel Strong 


27 


Rachel Ann McElroy 


28 


Sarah Elizabeth Dennis 


December 



Nicholas Michael Spirito 



Edward Walter & Lise Jane (Johanson) 
Francis deSales & Janice Lee (Crowley) 
Norbert Vincent, III & Susan Alice (McGrath) 
Kevin Francis & Margaret Elizabeth (DiRenzo) 
Brian Joseph & Monica Maureen (Young) 
Jeffrey Michael & Elizabeth Anne (Hughes) 
Robert Henry & Pauline Marie (Malley) 
Barry Carson & Margaret (Signorelli) 
Andrew P. & Linda M. (Bosco) 
John Kevin & Jacqueline Joyce (Delisle) 
Joseph Sal & Mary Barbara (Kuzma) 

R. David, Jr. & Mary Catherine (Spahn) 
Antoni Zygmunt & Julia Ann (Perry) 
Martin Gerard, Jr. & Jane Marie (Malloy) 
Richard Proctor & Suzanne (Powell) 
William John & Susan Emily (Campbell) 
John Robert & Donna Marie (Darling) 
Brian James & Mary Elizabeth (Tobin) 

John Michael & Loretta Ann (Murphy) 
Michael Edward & Julie Lancaster (Rodgers) 
Jeffrey Cauthorn & Elizabeth (MacGregor) 
Peter Andre & Susan Elizabeth (Quilty) 
Daniel Henry & Susan Lynn (Manlove) 
David & Alix Phelps (White) 
Paul James & Debra Jean (Mahony) 
Edward Nela & Helene Andrea (Lieb) 

Kevin Patrick O'Brien & Diane (Kurtz) 
David Bruce & Jane Elizabeth (Brien) 
Kenneth Barry & Maribeth Erin (Dolan) 
John Andrew & Nancy Louise (Giagrando) 
Richard Michael & Cheryl Lee (Mundth) 
Louis Harold & Rita Kay (Michel) 
Joseph Robert & Mary Elizabeth (Gillen) 
Robert K. & Katherine V. (Pineo) 

Michael Joseph & Victoria (Watkins) 



BIRTHS NOT RECORDED IN 1983 



March 

19 Susan Morrill Dane 



John James & Gay (Tullis) 



April 

1 
16 
20 



William Fred Williamson III 
Abigail Dolan Butman 
Megan Diane Cox 



William Fred & Mary Elizabeth (Callahan) 
Kenneth Barry & Maribeth Erin (Dolan) 
Frederick Edward & Susan Margaret 
(Williams) 



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29 


Meredith Velma Ronan 


29 


John Oliver Cotter 


29 


Cara McVey Morrissey 


May 




10 


David Jacob De Young 


18 


Daniel Robert Williams 


20 


Kelly Alexandra Trotta Crimmins 


June 




2 


Brian Thomas Bowman 


3 


Catherine Elizabeth Flaherty 


23 


Meredith Ellen Neville 


25 


Kristen Jeanne Kehoe 


July 




2 


Jennifer Marie Bonzagni 


7 


Gregory Mark Donovan 


7 


Ashley Starrs Richmond 


21 


Caylor LeQuire Wonnell 


August 




3 


Kristen Keely Gilmore 


3 


Erica Julianna Osborn 


9 


Elizabeth Jane Staunton 


16 


Elizabeth Rachel Ingber 


18 


Lisa Marie Marks 


20 


Kerry Margaret Long 


23 


Emily Lynne Stankewicz 


25 


David Benjamin Martin 


September 


2 


Daniel Patrick Duffy 


6 


Julia Elizabeth Hartman 


6 


Timothy Free Baird 


8 


Sarah Anne Molloy 


9 


Robert Francis Protulis, Jr. 


24 


Caitlin Elizabeth Jean 


28 


Gregory Thomas Harrington 


30 


Michael Francis McMillen 


October 




2 


Jacob William Morgan 


12 


Luke Paul Culotta 


14 


Katharine Anna Hutt 


16 


William Henry McArthur, III 


16 


Robinson Ojerholm Murphy 


17 


Stacey Elizabeth Wigmore 


28 


Kara Corrigan Gaughen 


29 


William Ryan Prendergast 


December 


8 


Russell Daniel Staples 


21 


Erik Leroy Baker 


22 


Cara Ambrose Foley 



David Raymond & Nadine Alida (Rose) 
Paul Barry & Margaret Olivia (Barres) 
Peter & Patricia Denise (Cahill) 

George Keith & Donna Mary (Hensley) 
Robert Stanley & Maria Catherina (Rabuffetti) 
Joseph Brendan & Ingrid M. (Trotta) 

Thomas Gray & Joan Marie (Keating) 
Peter Edward & Carol Lincoln (Howes) 
Augustine Charles & Mildred (O'Hare) 
Richard & Jeanne Marie (Cannon) 

Craig Timothy & Patricia Elayne (O'Malley) 
Mark A. & Donna Ruth (Hannaway) 
John Hollis & Lili Ann (O'Halloran) 
Kent Hitchcock & Lista Ellen (LeQuire) 

Thomas Patrick, Jr. & Mary Beth (Keiper) 
William Alfred & Lisa Grace (Jacobs) 
Robert Michael & Jane Marie (Joyce) 
Kenneth & Selma Joyce (Tenenbaum) 
David Roger, Jr. & Kathleen Mary (Adams) 
Thomas Jordan & Jane Margaret (Elms) 
Ronald Sylvester & Janet Lee (Ellis) 
Dennis Arthur & Stephanie (Tyber) 

Daniel Francis & Rosemary Margaret (Fisher) 
James Robert & Marion Helena (Foley) 
William Edward & Patricia Wing (Wing) 
Robert John, Jr. & Lynne Sharon (Lovell) 
Robert Francis & Janet Louise (Adams) 
Thomas Gardner & Catherine Elizabeth 

(Donahue) 
Thomas William, Jr. & Cherylann Josephine 

(Ga lasso) 
Francis Stevenson, Jr. & Joanne Veronica 

(Muldowney) 

Robert Charles. Jr. A Donna Marie (Meers) 
Paul Vincent & Elizabeth Rita (More) 
Refer Foster & Nancy Marie (Libby) 
William Henry & Rebecca Myra (Bates) 
Robert Joseph & Judithann (Ojerholm) 
Daniel Steven & Patricia Mary (LaRocco) 
Robert Henry, Jr. & Margaret Ann (Corrigan) 
Kevin Richard & Pamela Lesley (Browne) 



Daniel & Judith Eleanor (Whitney) 
Kenton Leroy & Debra Lynn (Epperley) 
William Edward, Jr. & Mary (Ambrose) 



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Marriages for the Year 1984 

January 28 at Cohasset, Todd D. Amelang of Scituate and Vernoica E. Dee of Scituate, married 
by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

February 10 at Cohasset, John Charles Niles of Lincoln City, OR and Christine Ann Gallagher of 
Lincoln City, OR, married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

February 18 at Cohasset, Edward David DiRocco of Brighton and Nancy Jean Antoine of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

March 3 at Cohasset, John David Newman of Durham, NC and Allison Louise Smith of Durham, 
NC, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

March 10 at Cohasset, Harvey E. Snell, Jr. of Cohasset and Cynthia Stover of Cohasset, married 
by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

April 1 at Cohasset, Joseph A. Rosano of Cohasset and Joy M. Cartolanoof Cohasset, married by 
John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 5 at Cohasset, Paul Thomas Silk of Yorktown Hts., NY and Lesley Pollard Dickson of Croton, 
NY, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 6 at Cohasset, Marcello Alivia of New York, NY and Sandra Anne Dillon of New York, NY, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priejst. 

May 12 at Cohasset, Addison Ridgely Mauck of Farmington, CT and Elizabeth Wentworth Hayes 
of Middletown, CT, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

May 19 at Hingham, Robert H. Savola of Cohasset and LaNeve Yeomans of Cohasset, married 
by John M. Wood, Minister. 

May 20 at Cohasset, Joseph Maynard Cleveland of Squantum and Laurie Ann Goodrich of 
Cohasset, married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

May 27 at Lexington, Eric M. Saftler of Cohasset and Penny Lynn Gordon of Cohasset, married 
by Rifat Sonsino, Rabbi. 

June 2 at Agawam, James Burns of W. Roxbury and Diana Foresi of Cohasset, married by 
Joseph H. Fellin, Priest. 

June 9 at Cohasset, Wayne E. Harrington of Cohasset and Mary Ellen Farrell of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

June 16 at Cohasset, Andrew Louis Kirby of Forest Hills, NY and Nancy Trettis of Cohasset, 
married by Timothy John Joyce, O.S.B., Priest. 

June 23 at Cohasset, Kirk Lee Piepenbrink of Cohasset and Keri Lynn Pietrowski of Hingham, 
married by Thomas W. Kugler, Minister. 

June 23 at Cohasset, Douglas D. Tolman of Cohasset and Susan M. Russo of Scituate, married 
by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 23 at Cohasset, Alexander H. Middendorf of New York, NY and Gail H. Bleakie of Scituate, 
married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

June 23 at Cohasset, Michael J. Liszak of Toledo, Ohio and Helen Wingate Harrington of Toledo, 
Ohio, married by Peter M. Sturtevant, Clergyman. 

June 24 at Cohasset, John Stuckey of Portland, ME and Jean Bowditch of Portland, ME, married 
by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

July 7 at Cohasset, Scott A. Muir of Lawton, OK and Katherine M. Andrews of Lawton, OK, mar- 
ried by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

July 14 at Cohasset, William H. Taft, III of Weymouth and Catherine N. Brennock of Weymouth, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 



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July 15 at Cohasset, Joseph Francis Durkin of Cohasset and Lynn Francis O'Toole of Cohasset, 
married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

July 21 at Cohasset, Gary J. Anderson of E. Baldwin, ME and Pamela Gunville of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Joseph A. Glavin, S.J., Priest. 

July 28 at Cohasset, Charles D. Marcheseof Gorham, ME and Alison F. Gilmoreof Gorham, ME, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 4 at Hingham, Douglas J. McLellan of Cohasset and Cheryl Cavagnaro of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Donald F. Robinson, Clergyman. 

August 4 at Cohasset, Michael P. Turndorf of Boothbay Harbor, ME and Maureen E. Dunn of 
Boothbay Harbor, ME, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

August 4 at Hingham, Michael A. Novak of Boston and Jeanne Marie Aurelio of Boston, married 
by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

August 4 at Hingham, Frederick J. Caffrey of Hingham and Jill Anne Neagle of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

August 1 1 at Cohasset, Daniel P. Sheehy, Jr. of New York, NY and Anne Lee Chase of Cohasset, 
married by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

August 12 at Mansfield, Albert P. Buckley, Jr. of Cohasset and Marjorie S. Stoller of Randolph, 
married by Brian Maning, Priest. 

August 18 at Cohasset, Joseph L. Connolly of Cohasset and Mary Whelan Coe of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by James B. Malley, R.C. Clergyman. 

August 18 at Scituate, Richard J. Sargent, Jr. of Cohasset and Cheryl R. Bongarzone of Scituate, 
married by Nathan F. Wood, Minister. 

August 25 at Cohasset, Robert Paul Zelms of Cohasset and Lynn Marlane Ritter of Cohasset, 
married by Donald W. Orcutt, Minister. 

August 30 at Scituate, Donald Lee Trisler of Cohasset and Catherine E. Davis of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Marian F. Brown, Justice of the Peace. 

September 1 at Hingham, John M. Whorf of Cohasset and Kimberly Jean Keary of Falmouth, 
married by James B. Flynn, Priest. 

September 1 at Scituate, William P. Malley of Cohasset and Deirdre Cronin of Scituate, married 
by James H. Gibbons, Priest. 

September 1 at Cohasset, Craig Niles of Claremont, CA and Noreen Murphy of Claremont, CA, 
married by John M. Benbow, Minister. 

September 1 at Cohasset, John Francis Connelly of Owego, NY and Marianne Elizabeth O'Leary 
of Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 8 at Cohasset, Peter Jeffrey Wellin of So. Portland, ME and Pamela Gardiner of 
Boston, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 8 at Cohasset, Sherwood Carlton Ainslie, III of Cohasset and Deborah Anne Davis of 
Cohasset, married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 15 at Cohasset, Paul C. Musto of Cohassetand Ann M. Fougere of Cohasset, married 
by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 15 at Cohasset, James H. Sylvester of San Jose, CA and Barbara L. Wetherbee of 
San Jose, CA, married by Kent E. Allen, Clergyman. 

September 15 at Cohasset, James Alba of Brookline and Jennifer Hubbard of Brookline, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 22 at Milton, Eugene Galbraith Suzedell of Cohassetand Bernadette Crump of Med- 
field, married by Donald E. Tatro, Clergyman. 



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September 22 at Cohasset, David Martin Potter of Dan vers and Elizabeth Bailey of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

September 23 at Cohasset, Charles Gerard Murphy of Scituate and Valerie Anne Greene of 
Scituate, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

September 30 at Boston, James Philip Nangle of Cohasset and Patricia Ruth Cooke of Cohasset, 
married by Judith G. Mannheim, Ordained Clergywoman. 

October 6 at Norwell, George A. Fortin of Cohasset and Judith Weaver of Cohasset, married by 
Richard M. Fewkes, Minister. 

October 6 at Cohasset, Gregory F. Wall of Cohasset and Sharon L. Hawthorne of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

October 6 at Cohasset, Dana Waitkus of Cohasset and Kym-Allyne Figueiredo of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

October 6 at Cohasset, Lincoln P. Bloomfield, Jr. of Arlington and Rebecca Ann Meden of Arl- 
ington, married by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

October 7 at Cohasset, Patrick A. Plante, Jr. of Cohasset and Mary F. Frugoli of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Richard Bourgeois, Priest. 

October 7 at Cohasset, Brian A. Zudeck of Winchester and Frances Katrina Malone of Cohasset, 
married by Richard G. Kimball, Clergyman. 

October 12 at Mashpee, Paul T. Hoss of Cohasset and Diane R. Lehy of Cohasset, married by 
Jane D. Labute, Justice of the Peace. 

October 13 at Cohasset, Edward J. Loring of Cohasset and Margaret A. Gallaway of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

October 14 at Cohasset, James R. Clinton of Cohasset and Helen G. Berkley of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Edward T. Atkinson, Minister. 

October 20 at Hingham, Robert P. Boyle of Cohasset and Alice Louise Byrne of Cohasset, mar- 
ried by Allan L. W. Butler, Priest. 

October 20 at Weymouth, Paul A. Fiori of Cohasset and Karen E. Swanson of Hingham, married 
by Gary J. Blume, Minister. 

November 10 at Cohasset, James J. Daniels of Miami, FL and Elizabeth SanFilippo of Miami, FL, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

December 28 at Weymouth, Richard P. Guinan, Sr. of No. Weymouth and Irene T. Grant of No. 
Weymouth, married by Marian F. Brown, Justice of the Peace. 

MARRIAGES NOT REPORTED IN 1983 

November 19 at Cohasset, Daniel W. Glynn of Milton and Margaret Joyce Sullivan of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 

December 3 at Cohasset, Robin A. Ashworth of Marshfield and Karen J. Farrell of Cohasset, 
married by John J. Keohane, Priest. 



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Date 



Deaths for the year 1984 

Name Years Months 



Days 



January 










14 


Charles W.Searle 


79 


3 


16 


14 


Anna J. Santia 


92 


2 


15 


16 


Maude D. Sweeney 


92 


2 


11 


28 


Lillian Daisy Woodland 


79 


3 





February 










7 


Goldie Spector 


88 


5 


27 


9 


John Carman Raffa 


78 


1 


11 


14 


Edward Lyman Smith, Sr. 


41 


8 


24 


15 


Edith B. Mollis 


85 


4 


6 


18 


Edward Ambrose Fahey 


81 


3 


24 


21 


HilmerHall 


74 


2 


26 


22 


Maria Flora Simeone 


85 


8 


17 


28 


Marcia H.Elliot 


94 


7 


22 


March 










2 


Ellen E.Grassie 


81 


8 


14 


20 


Anatasia (Ann) Gertrude Haveron 


90 


9 


16 


27 


Grace Mae Jason 


68 





10 


April 










6 


John R. MacKinnon 


84 


5 


17 


8 


Katherine Mary Morency 


77 


4 


8 


9 


Gilberts. Tower 


99 


1 


15 


15 


Joseph H.Bacheller, Jr. 


79 


1 


21 


15 


Domenic Fagone 


68 


11 


21 


May 










6 


Vivian Josephine McGunnigle 


80 


4 


28 


8 


Katherine E. Gibbons 


48 


10 


16 


13 


Herbert Bradley 


81 


1 


27 


14 


Mathew Joseph Jancsics, Jr. 


66 


4 


12 


16 


Joseph W. Rosano 


70 


8 


21 


24 


Mary C. Golden 


79 


7 


7 


25 


Joseph DeNaples 


81 


3 


16 


31 


Williarh Charles Gibbs 


81 


2 





June 










4 


Frances Mary Grisdale (Last) 


89 


4 


24 


8 


ClaranceS. Reddy, Jr. 


65 


11 


2 


8 


Angela May Hersey 


97 


1 


28 


11 


Marie L. English 


85 


5 


17 


13 


Arthur D. Harrington 


83 


8 


15 


15 


Margaret J. Cullen 


85 


9 


2 


21 


Catherine Patrolia (Morton) 


55 


5 


17 


23 


Bessie Avenia Harbaugh 


65 


8 


8 


24 


Myles McDonough 


89 


8 


3 


25 


Gertrude May Dugan 


92 


10 


3 


27 


Delia M.Swanson 


86 


8 


17 


July 










8 


Kathleen A. Stebbins 


87 


7 


8 


13 


Florence D. Story 


94 


2 


11 


23 


Dorothy Elizabeth Manning 


73 


10 


5 



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29 



Robert Winslow James 



71 



11 



August 

7 

7 

8 
16 
19 
26 
27 
31 

September 
25 
25 
28 

October 
10 
15 
16 
28 

November 
11 
16 
24 
27 
29 
29 

December 
3 
10 
17 
18 
20 
24 
26 
28 



Lillian Louise Grassie 
Arthur J. Pacious 
Phyllis A. Brigham 
Mildred B. Cripps 
Miriam E.Turner 
JohnCinquegrano 
Marguerite F. Wallace 
Mark Michael Kiley 

Muriel Elizabeth Nickerson (Snell) 

Lucy(Hillis)Otika 

Elizabeth Celestia Felton (Mechem) 

MaryC. Drinkwater 

Charles Chapin Wheelwright II 

Florence J. Ewell 

Alice Warren (Bergeson) 

Sarah L. Stevens 

Helen Ann Morgan (Ward) 

Thomas P. J. O'Leary 

Ellen M. Forrester (McEleney) 

Margaret M.Curley 

Robert F. Mclntire 

Abbie Elizabeth Parker (Melio) 
Frances Mary Byrnes (Fettig) 
William Edward Poland 
Lucie H. Glasfeld (Boyazis) 
George Edward Dick 
Ralph A. Cotter 
Hazel A. Viment 
Francis Herbert Garland 



79 


1 


28 


78 


11 


19 


77 


3 





90 


2 


21 


61 


11 


5 


79 


10 


13 


81 


4 


11 


57 


2 


24 


87 


5 


4 


89 


1 


13 


88 


3 


23 


80 


8 


18 


57 


1 


5 


92 


11 


29 


100 


6 


19 


94 


2 


28 


74 


2 


27 


86 


8 


7 


96 


1 


14 


76 


4 


19 


76 


4 


22 


80 


9 


7 


61 


6 


10 


68 


9 


27 


83 


4 


17 


72 


8 


18 


62 


3 


18 


96 


7 


18 


88 


11 


20 



DEATHS NOT BEFORE RECORDED AND CORRECTED 



1983 

October 

24 Charlotte Frost 

November 

23 Ada Mills 



78 
89 



22 



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Report of Council on the Aging 

Open meetings of the Council are held every second Tuesday of the month at 10 
a.m. at the Parish House of the First Parish Church. The nine volunteer member 
board meet to discuss plans for the welfare of a very important segment of the Town's 
population— the elderly. 

The following programs and activities are made possible through the efforts of 
the Council, the Social Service League, and over one hundred dedicated volunteers. 
NUTRITION: The Meals on Wheels program, serving 2195 meals per year, is super- 
vised by volunteers from the Social Service League. Meals are delivered six days a 
week to the homes of the elderly who need assistance. Special diets are arranged 
when necessary. There is a nominal fee of $1.65 per meal, but financial aid is 
available. The actual cost of the meal, prepared by the Red Lion Inn is $2.10. The 
Council pays the difference. Cost of meal to under 60 is $2.00. 

In addition, lunches prepared at the High School are served every Tuesday dur- 
ing the school year at the Parish House at 12:15 p.m. Over 500 meals were served by 
volunteers from St. Anthony's, St. Stephen's, Second Congregational and First Parish 
Church. Those interested should call 383-1100 by Monday noon. Lunch is $1.40. 
TRANSPORTATION: The Senior Shuttle Bus makes approximately 100 trips each 
week to the shopping plazas, medical offices, and various functions. Additional 
drivers are needed on Sundays for the church trips, and on weekdays. 

For information on the bus schedule, consult the Vista or call 383-0771. 
INFORMATION: A Council newsletter, sponsored monthly, the VISTA, is mailed to 
325 homes each month. To receive this newsletter call 383-6027 weekday mornings. 
RECREATION: Two bus trips a year are sponsored by the Council. The Council 
cooperates with the 60-f Club and its 142 members. The 60-i- Club meets on the 
third Thursday of each month at the Parish House. 

Along with ten other South Shore communities, Cohasset is a participant in the 
South Shore Elder Services Corporation, 430 South Main Street, Cohasset. This Area 
Agency on Aging is under the Department of Elder Affairs of Massachusetts and is 
concerned with all aspects of care for the elderly. This year the Social Service League 
was the recipient of another grant from this organization to explore the need of a 
senior center. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Dorothea Bjorkgren, Secretary 

Rev. John Keohane, Chairman 

Helen Barbary, Housing Representative 

Alice Daunt, Rep. Soutli Sliore Elder Services 

Sheila Kelly, President 60+ Club 

Helen Hooper, Rep. Soc. Serv. League 

Mary Donovan, Coordinator Tuesday Luncheons 

Malcolm Onwood, Director Shuttle Bus 

George Fellows, Treasurer 

Katherine McGrath, Chairman of VISTA 

Anthony Finegan, Publicity 



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Report of the Ambulance Study Committee 

The Ambulance Study Committee was charged by the Board of Selectmen in 
September 1983 and delivered its report on February 15, 1984. The following are its 
recommendations: 

1. The level of ambulance services in the Town should be upgraded, (pg. 19) 

2. Implementation of a 911 emergency telephone number system, (pg. 19) 

3. Appointment of an Emergency Medical Services Committee, (pg. 19) 

4. Uniform policy regarding equal rotation of EMTs to the ambulance both as 
drivers and attendants, (pg. 20) 

5. Policies and Procedures need to be developed to reflect the current ad- 
ministrative and clinical practices of the Ambulance Service, (pg. 20) 

6. An expert in infection control should recommend specific procedures and 
policies be adopted to prevent the spread of infection, (pg. 21) 

7. Because the volume of calls per EMT is relatively low, there needs to be a 
mechanism in place which insures that EMT skills are practised frequently to 
guarantee maintenance of those skills, (pg. 21) 

8. Have a certified EMT l/C in the fire and/or police departments in order to 
train fire and police personnel as First Responders or to give 81 hour EMT 
course guidelines, (pg. 22) 

9. Establish a formal mechanism or procedure for initial and periodic evaluation 
of the skills and performance of FF/EMTs by the EMT l/C and/or qualified 
shift captains. Also, there should be written standards of practice/perfor- 
mance against which the actual performance of a FF/EMT can be measured, 
(pg. 22) 

10. Combined Police and Fire Department EMTs. 

11. Central Dispatcher. 

12. Eight hour shifts alert and awake. 

13. Regionalized Service, (pg. 30) 

14. Mandate that all new homes be marked so that they are identifiable from the 
street, and promote a voluntary campaign for older homes to be so marked, 
(pg. 34) 

15. The EMT l/C should be appointed through the joint recommendations of the 
Police and Fire Chiefs with the advisement of the Emergency Medical Services 
Committee, (pg. 34) 

16. An advanced level of EMT training (specifically EMT-C). (pg. 34) 

17. Purchase of equipment— new modular ambulance, emergency drugs and 
storage kit for use by MDs and advanced level EMTs, portable monitor- 
defibrillator for use by MDs and advance level EMTs. (pg. 36) 

18. Community Education— provide basic CPR training to Cohasset residents by 
on-duty EMTs, provide basic EMT courses to public employees and citizens by 
the EMT l/C. 

The complete report with appendices is available in the office of the Selectmen 
and a copy without appendices is available at the library. 

F. Roy Fitzsimmons, Ctiairman 

Pamela MacLean Johansen, R.N., Vice Cfiairperson 

Arne Gjesteby, Secretary 

Mark L. Friedman, M.D. 

Mark Trask, Captain, Cohasset Fire Department 

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Report of the Board of Assessors 

The last year has been an extremely busy one for the assessors' office. After the 
second-half bills went out, with the new values and the new tax rate, we received over 
260 applications for abatement. Most of these applications required an on site inspec- 
tion by our staff appraiser. After inspection each application had to be discussed and 
resolved. Also in 1984 we had over 400 building permits to look at. We are now in the 
process of updating those valuations on our computer system. 

For the fiscal 1986 billing year we plan to make a market adjustment (sometimes 
called "trending") of the entire town. This adjustment will be necessary because of 
the rapid increase of real estate values over the last year. It is our feeling that keeping 
the values at 100% of fair market value will be cost effective for the Town when it 
comes time for our tri-annual revaluation. 



Report of Capital Budget Committee 

The Capital Budget Committee reviews and investigates capital budget re- 
quirements for all Town departments and evaluates these needs. We recommend 
priorities for a five year period and report our findings and recommendations to the 
Advisory Committee, Board of Selectmen and the Town Meeting. 

During the past twelve months most of the recommendations of the Capital 
Budget Committee have been accepted. We expect to have available detailed written 
recommendations for distribution to all voters who will be attending the April 6, 
1985, Annual Town Meeting. 

Edwin H. Tebbetts, Chairman 

William Haynes 

Geoff Nothnagle 

John Vivian 



Personnel Committee 

The Personnel Committee has developed new wage bands during this year. 
Negotiations with the Police and Fire Unions are continuing. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John H. Mullett, Chairman 



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Building Department 



The following is a report of the Building Department for the year 1984: 

Building Permits issued 552 

Building Permits denied 3 

Building Permits void 3 

Building Permittees paid to Treasurer $24,463.00 

Estimated costofall Building Permits issued $6,093,750.00 

A breakdown of building permits issued is on file in the Building Department Office. 

Buildings Inspected for Group Occupancy 31 

Occupancy Inspection fees paid to Treasurer $ 1,165.00 

Occupancy Permits 48 

Fees for Occupancy Permit $ 480.00 

Plumbing permits issued 186 

Plumbing Inspectors paid for services $ 3,552.00 

Plumbing fees paid to Treasurer $ 4,280.00 

Gas Permits Issued 94 

Gas Inspectors paid for services $ 1,164.00 

Gas Fees paid to Treasurer $ 1,170.00 

FeesCollectedfor use of copy machine $ 25.00 

Zoning By Laws (58 at $2.00 per copy) $ 116.00 

Zoning Maps (48 at $1. per copy) $ 48.00 

TOTAL AMOUNT OF FEES COLLECTED $31,752.00 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the residents of the Town of 
Cohasset for the cooperation they have given to this office; the Contractors working in 
Town, for taking out the necessary permits and calling for inspections required; and, 
needless to say, I have been very appreciative of the cooperation of all the depart- 
ments and boards for their assistance in making this department operate in a more ef- 
ficient manner. The Board of Selectmen appointed me into office as Building Inspec- 
tor/Zoning Officer on May 5, 1984. I would like to express my appreciation to all 
those with whom I have worked with during the past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward A. J. Poskus 

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer 



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Cohasset Cable Television Committee 

In February 1984, the Cohasset Cable Television Committee, chaired by Mr. 
Joseph McCool, completed two years of study and recommendations concerning a 
Cohasset cable system. In that month, the Board of Selectmen signed a fifteen year 
Final License with American Cablesystems, Inc. under the laws of the Com- 
monwealth. This license is available in the Town Hall for public scrutiny. 

Also in February 1984, the Board of Selectmen appointed a successor group, the 
Cohasset Cable Television Council comprised of nine members— four from the old 
Committee and five from Town organizations. The Council is responsible for monitor- 
ing American Cablesystems performance under the Final License and for supporting 
optimum use of community programming capabilities. 

Construction of the cable television system began in March and was completed in 
September. Mostly serial cable was used throughout the Town except for 6000 feet of 
underground cable along Jerusalem Road and some smaller streets. Very few com- 
plaints were received during the construction phase and people in town appear to be 
very pleased with their cable service. There are now about 1219 subscribers— 50% 
of town households. 

The Company has also provided $17,000. worth of equipment for the new studio 
at the high school. That facility has provided extensive training and hands-on ex- 
perience for many students under the direction of Dr. John Packard, also a Council 
member, and with the enthusiastic support of the School Committee and Administra- 
tion. 

In Cohasset Village, the Company has built its business office and a well- 
equipped studio for the training and use of townspeople. To date over 160 people 
have been trained In the use of $63,000. worth of equipment and in producing com- 
munity programs under the excellent direction of Mr. John Ronan, the Company's 
Cohasset coordinator. Almost all significant activities in the Town and in the schools 
are filmed for Cohasset's own Channel 3— about 30 hours of programming, 10 of 
them original, per week are shown including selectmen's meetings, school sports 
events, etc. A total of 150 hours of programming have been locally produced so far. 

Since construction of the System has begun, the Council has received excellent 
cooperation from American Cablesystems and its local general manager, Mr. Stephen 
Farquhar. 

David Chittim, Chairman 
Cohasset Cable Television Council 

Members: Margaret Dillon, James Gallagher, Richard Hayes, Donald McAllistet, 
Joseph McCool, Ann O'Malley, John Packard and Denise Ripley. 



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Conservation Commission 

The Conservation Commisison spent a major portion of their time administering 
the wetlands protection act M.G.L.A., Chapter 131, Section 40. Many public hearings 
were held during the year. The Conservation Commission has had to make many dif- 
ficult decisions in the last year, with the new condominium law that has allowed a lot 
more use of the land and the proposed development along Rt. 3A. 

The Commission extends its thanks to Peter O'Laughlin for his untiring service to 
the Conservation Commission. The Commission accepted with great regret his 
resignation. 

The Board also welcomes Mrs. Laura Doherty and Richard Maichle as new 
members to the Board, and welcomes back Robert Maki. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Merle Brown, Chairman 

Patricia Buckley 

Austin OToole 

Bob Maki 

Richard Maichle 

Laura Doherty 



Report of the Design Review Board 

At the request of the Planning Board, the Design Review Board reviewed and 
made recommendations to the Planning Board, on several applications for site plan 
approval. The applications included several projects in the Highway and Downtown 
Business Districts, as well as one Cluster Project and one Sub-Division. Chairman, 
Elizabeth Hoopes and members Margaret Benson and Jane McLean retired from the 
Board following the expiration of their terms. Nancy Garrison was appointed as a full 
member and Maxwell Pounder was appointed as a new full member. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Robert A. Stansell, Jr., Chairman 

Nancy Garrison 

Peter O'Connor 

Maxwell R. Pounder 

Roger Whitley, Assoc. 

Edward A. J. Poskus. Ex-officio 



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Disposal Area Study Committee Report 

The past year has been one of progress. After studying various alternatives for a 
long-term solution to our solid waste disposal problem, the committee recommended 
that the town sign with SEMASS, a proposed resource recovery facility in Rochester, 
Massachusetts. 

Although the Selectmen were authorized in November to execute a contract with 
SEMASS, the available tonnage in the project was already allocated. However, we are 
third on a waiting list and expect space to be freed up within six months. 

Our future direction is: 

1. to monitor SEMASS costs, in light of the fact that the DEQE has ruled 
that it must install acid gas scrubbing equipment. This could cost up to 
$9.00 a ton more than previously projected, 

2. to complete the design and construction estimate for a transfer station 
at the landfill and, 

3. to monitor other facilities under consideration by other localities. 

For the Committee 
Donald DeMichele, Chairman 



Report of the Dog Officer 



I would like to thank the residents for their support this past year. 
This past year the Animal Control Dept. received 870 calls. 
230 calls were calls that required investigating. 
640 calls were lost or found pets, and wild animal problems. 

Dogs impounded 72 

Stray cats 22 

Wild animals transported to South Shore Wildlife Medical Center, Hingham, MA. 

Fox 2 

Racoons 22 

Squirrels 14 

Opossum 4 

Seagulls 10 

Wild animals transported to New England Aquarium, Boston, MA 

Harbor Seals 2 

Respectfully submitted, 

Richard Yocum 

Animal Control 

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Drainage Advisory Committee 

During 1984, the Drainage Advisory Committee has provided comments and 
made recommendations to the Planning Board and the Conservation Commission 
pertaining to drainage aspects of proposed development. The Committee has also 
responded to concerns of private citizens. 

At the 1984 regular Town Meeting, the Drainage Advisory Committee was in- 
creased from a three-member Committee to a five-member Committee. 

On November 10, 1984, Mr. Lyie Branagan and Mr. James Leoanrd were ap- 
pointed to the two additional positions. 

A major area of activity has been in the preparation of a Drainage Bylaw. During 
the last few months, we have been meeting with the various Town Boards to obtain in- 
put and review a draft of a proposed Bylaw proposed by this Committee. The purpose 
of the Drainage Bylaw will be to assure continuation of the existing flow patterns of 
the water courses, protect persons and property from the hazards of flooding, and to 
preserve and protect the water supplies. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Thomas C. Cook, Chairman 

LyIe Branagan 

James Leonard 

Diane Sullivan, Secy. 

Walter Ross 



Report of Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 

September of 1984 saw Cohasset's first Household Hazardous Material Collec- 
tion Day. Over 900 gallons of hazardous materials were collected for proper disposal. 
This collection day was so successful that another is being scheduled for the spring of 
1985. After the spring collection, this event will become a part of the Board of 
Health's annual budget. 

The Committee also continued work on its ongoing survey to inventory hazardous 
materials that are stored by the Town departments. 

At the Committee's December meeting Chartis Langmaid was elected Chairper- 
son, and Victoria Grakyen was elected Secretary. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Lot Bates 

Jeffrie Bettinger 

Gocdon Deane 

Victoria Grayken 

Barbara Kern 

Chartis Langmaid 

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Cohasset Fire Department 

As of December 31, 1984, the Fire Department had twenty-five personnel 
assigned to it. There are twenty on the call force list, that brings the total Fire Depart- 
ment members to forty-five. 

Inventory of Apparatus in the Fire Department 



Engine #2 
Engine #3 


750 GPM Engine 
1,250 GPM Engine 


Pirsch (Reserve) 
Duplex-Farrar 


1961 
1980 


Engine #4 


1,000 GPM Engine 


Ford-Farrar 


1973 


Ladder #1 


100' Aerial Ladder 


Seagrave 


1978 


A-28 


Modular Ambulance 


Ford-Modular 


1985 


Forest #1 


50 GPM 235 G. Tank 


Ford-Farrar 


1983 


Chiefs Car 


Four-door Sedan 


Dodge 


1980 



Total Incidents for 1984: 1,552 

Box Alarms 139 

Still Alarms & Ambulance Calls 1,003 

Details 40 

Fire Prevention Inspections 413 

Total Permits Issued 1,489 

Miscellaneous 99 

Training 

The Fire Department, between the permanent and call force members, were 
given over two thousand hours of training both within and outside the department. 
This includes EMS training and is three times more than last year. The Massachusetts 
Fire Fighting Academy sent instructors to Cohasset to give instruction in areas of 
special concern to department members. The department members drill as a daily 
basis in areas of tools, apparatus, salvage, driver training, pumps and aerial ladder 
operation. It is important to note here that the Fire Department had no mutual alarms 
this past year as compared to five the year before. Where this record will change from 
year to year, it must be credited to the over all hard work done by fire department 
members at fires to keep the alarms down to one. 

Emeregency Medical Technician Instructor Coordinator 

The Fire Department has fifteen EMT's and ail department members are trained 
in C.P.R. There were over five hundred and fifty hours of EMS training for depart- 
ment members in 1984. All EMS equipment is in good order at this time. All the pres- 
ent equipment will go on the new ambulance when it goes into service. 

Fire Prevention 

In area of fire prevention, your fire department continues to advance in number 
of inspections and fire prevention activities in schools. The fire department is still ac- 
tive in team inspections with the Building and Health Departments. 

In 1985 your fire department hopes to be able to start a fire prevention safety 
program for babysitters in the high school through the use of Cable T.V. We also hope 
to start a public safety program show at least once a month on your local T.V. channel. 

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Equipment and Mechanics Report 

As reported in last year's annual report, the ambulance and Engine #4 make up 
better than 90 per cent of this year's budget in the cost of repairs. It is expected that in 
the early part of 1985 the new ambulance will be in service and repair costs should 
drop substantially for that piece of equipment. 

It is hoped that the Town will support the Fire Department in its effort to replace 
Engine #4 with a new piece of equipment. 

All other apparatus is in good working order. 

The Fire Department's major goals in the upcoming year 1985 will be to continue 
to improve in the areas of Fire Prevention and the training of all its members to better 
serve the taxpayers of Cohasset. 

I would like to thank the following departments for their cooperation in helping 
the Fire Department run more effectively. The Building, Health, Water, Highway, 
Tree and Park, School and the many other people that went out of their way to help us 
better serve you, the people of the Town of Cohasset. 

A very special thank you to the staff in the Selectmen's Office and to my wife for 
the many hours of time she gives to the Fire Department and to the Town of Cohasset. 

To the Board of Selectmen and all the other people in the Town Hall that we here 
in the Fire Department work with on a day to day basis, to all the committees and 
boards for all their understanding, guidance and cooperation, my sincere thanks. And 
finally, to all the officers and men of the Fire Department, Thank you. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Martin W. Dooley 

Chief of Department 
Cohasset Fire Department 



Report of the Government Island Study Committee 

This Committee, established in 1946, acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of 
Selectmen. The Committee holds periodic meetings throughout the year. We have no 
budget and so spend no money. We make recommendations to the Selectmen as to 
maintenance and beautification of the island. The monies spent are authorized by the 
Selectmen or by a vote at Town Meeting. 

During 1984 we held four meetings to discuss: 

1. The lease proposal of the upper parking lot to Hugo's. 

2. Our proposal to the Selectmen on improvements to the Island. 

3. The proposed Fisherman's Pier. 

4. Other subjects brought before the Committee. 

During the Summer a gate was installed at the entrance to the upper parking lot 
and a major cleaning and opening up of this lot was undertaken. There is still more 
work to be done, such as lights and the completion of the surfaced area. These im- 
provements were a major step and the Selectmen should be complimented for the 
fast positive action. Regarding the question pertaining to the leasing of the parking lot 
it was decided that the Town would not be involved in such an agreement. 

The Committee feels that the Island is one of the Town's greatest assets, 

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historically, commercially and recreationally. We want It to be used not only by the 
townspeople, present and future, but also by friends and visitors to the Town. 

We were unfortunate to lose one of our members, Mr. Robert W. James, who 
died very unexpectedly. He was an interested and active member. His contributions 
were valuable. He always attended the meetings. He will be missed. 

Again I wish to thank the members for their interest, support and attendance. As 
I have said before this is a committee of volunteers and it takes a certain type of per- 
son to assume this responsibility. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Edward J. Figuieredo Hamilton T. Tewksbury, Chairman 

Robert W. James (died 8/84) Vivian McCormack, Secretary 

Noel Ripley Richard P. Barrow 

Harry H. Ritter Robert W. Davenport (appointed 9/84) 



Report of the Committee to Survey Structure 
and Functions of Town Government 

The purpose of the Committee to Survey Structure and Functions of Town 
Government, a standing committee of the town, is to study the structure and functions 
of Cohasset town government, its officers, departments, and boards, and from time to 
time report its findings and recommendations, if any, to Town Meeting. 

During 1984, the Committee has held many discussions with town officials, in- 
cluding the Treasurer-Collector, Town Clerk, Police Chief, Fire Chief, Personnel 
Board, and Selectmen. 

The Committee has voted to support the concept of joint dispatching between the 
Police and Fire Departments, and hopes that progress toward that goal can be made 
this year. 

The Committee voted to support making the Town Clerk a full-time position, 
keeping the position elective rather than appointive, and making the Assistant Town 
Clerk position full-time. The voters of the Town, at Town Meeting, voted to support 
these recommendations of the Committee. 

At the request of the Selectmen, the Committee studied the pros and cons of 
making the Treasurer-Collector position appointive rather than elected. After nearly a 
year of research the Committee voted unanimously to recommend that the Treasurer- 
Collector position remain an elective post. 

During 1985, the Committee will study .the structure and functions of the Board 
of Assessors, the conduct and procedures of Town Meeting, and the need, if any, for 
professional assistance on town boards and committees which now do not have paid, 
professional staff. 

The Committee will research these issues through discussions with officials of 
Cohasset and other towns, and welcome the input and involvement of all town of- 
ficials and citizens in our investigations. 

John K. McNabb, Jr., Chairman 

Jean Cotton Charles Aronovici, Secretary 

Chartis Langmaid Shirley Neer 

John P. Reardon, Jr. Osborne Ingram 

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Report of the Cohasset Harbor Committee 

In 1984 the Harbor Committee worked to arrive at a concensus within the Town 
regarding the proposed improvement to the fishermen's pier on Government Island. 
Opposition to the plan, which proposes an extension to the present pier for more effi- 
cient operations at low tide, was based primarily on a concern for losing control of a 
town-owned property as a result of accepting state or federal funding to offset the con- 
struction costs. Further objection was raised by the fishermen over the scale of the 
plan. Late in the year an alternate proposal by the fishermen for a smaller sized addi- 
tion received support from a majority of the fishermen. 

Unauthorized mooring of boats in the harbor continued to be a problem in 1984. 
The Committee will continue its efforts to make a proposal to the Selectmen for a solu- 
tion to this problem. A more effective procedure for removing unauthorized boats is 
needed while at the same time giving as many boatowners as possible the opportunity 
to use the harbor's limited space in as fair and equitable manner as possible. 

In late 1983 an agreement was made between the Town and the Yankee Oil 
Company giving the Town the right to use a 215 foot strip of harbor frontage for one 
dollar per year. This land, which is between the motel and the main Yankee Oil 
building, could provide an opportunity to increase the number of boats in the harbor 
without increasing traffic and parking problems since a large parking area is available 
on the parcel. The Harbor Committee will prepare recommendations for the Select- 
men on the most effective utilization of this valuable piece of land. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles G. Fink, Chairman 

James Gallagher 

Herbert Jason 

Roger Porter 

Harry RItter, Harbormaster 

William Stone 

Warren Thomson 

Report of the Harbormaster 

The 1984 boating season was a very active one. Vandalism and theft were kept to 
a minimum. The hiring of a night patrol seven nights a week really helped keep the 
area safe and secure. There were less than a thousand dollars in damage and theft 
reported to the department. 

The Harbor Study Committee and commercial fishermen agreed on a proposed 
new facility at Government Island. It is hoped that the Town will be able to take advan- 
tage of the fifty-fifty funding that the state has allocated for improvement of the com- 
mercial fishing industry. 

Once again there was much time spent in Court at great expense to the Town 
regarding a proposed marina. The finding was for the Town. 

It is apparent that the rules and regulations pertaining to waiting list and mooring 
procedures are not being followed by a small percentage of boat owners. There will 
be several articles inserted in the warrant for changes in the harbor bylaws to 
eliminate this problem. A person in violation of a Town bylaw is subject to a fine of 
$100 a day. 

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There are two main problems confronting the harbor at this time. The first one 
pertains to people who place a larger boat than allowed on their assigned mooring. 
This is a violation and shows no concern for others who have boats around him. The 
second problem is the person who has not been assigned a mooring but places a boat 
on an unattended mooring without permission of the harbormaster. 

To keep a harbor the size of Cohasset's running in an efficient manner, it is going 
to take the cooperation of all those concerned to adhere to the bylaws and rules and 
regulations for the best interests of the boating public. 

There are presently three hundred sixty nine boats moored in the harbor and 
over two hundred people on the waiting list. There is no fast solution to the problem. 
People are going to have to accept the fact that they must live within the bylaws that 
govern the harbor. 

Harry Ritter 

Harbormaster 



Report of the Cohasset Historical Commission 

During 1984 the Cohasset Historical Commission has actively worked toward the 
completion of its "Captain's Walk," the historical walking tour route at Cohasset Har- 
bor. By year's end the several porcelainized signs identifying numerous of the Har- 
bor's historical sites were completed and are awaiting placement at the harbor's edge 
this spring. As part of the "Captain's Walk" project, Robert Sweeney has designed a 
map of the Harbor and Cove as they appeared a century ago. This map will be 
featured on the permanent signs to be placed at the Harbor. The Commission wishes 
to extend sincere thanks to interested citizens who have contributed to the "Captain's 
Walk" project, an undertaking funded entirely by private donations. Project Director 
for the Walk is Patricia Murphy. 

The Commission has continued its survey of the historical assets of Cohasset, a 
comprehensive listing of the town's important historical buildings, structures and 
sites. Commission members also assisted Tree and Park Department Superinten- 
dent, Peter Laugelle, in applying for state grant-funding for improvement of the 
Town's Common area. The Historical Commission meets on the second Monday of the 
month and interested Cohasset citizens are invited to attend. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Noel A. Ripley, Chairman 

Betty Enders, Secretary 

Grace Tuckerman 

Roger Leonard 

David Wadsworth 

Patricia Murphy 

Linda Wakeman 



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Report of the Board of Health 

The Board of Health Agent, Elaine Eliopoulos, resigned on August 3, 1984. She 
was replaced by Dr. Joseph R. Godzik, veterinarian, who spent much of his twenty 
years in the U. S. Army doing public health work. In April 1984, Dr. C. Michael Bliss 
was re-elected to the Board of Health and was elected chairman. Currently serving on 
the Board also are Barbara Kern, Clerk; and Marilyn Gill. 

The Cedar Street Landfill was re-seeded in the spring and a good stand of grass 
is growing now. An award was let for a rubber tired front-end loader to make move- 
ment of trash bins, cover material and other things more efficient since the present 
tracked vehicle is fourteen years old. 

At the Special Town Meeting in Novmeber, the citizens voted to utilize SEMASS 
as a future means of rubbish disposal. SEMASS is a resource recovery system which 
burns rubbish and converts it to steam and electricity. Their facility will be located in 
Rochester, MA, and should begin accepting rubbish sometime between 1987 and 
1989. 

Newspapers, aluminum, and glass are still being recycled. A compost pile was 
started in the fall and leaves, grass, wood chips, etc. are all being composted. At some 
future date compost will be available for gardens. Everyone is encouraged to recycle 
since it saves valuable space in the landfill. 

The Hazardous Materials Committee sponsored a Household Hazardous 
Materials Collection Day in September. It was very successful. Numerous barrels of 
lead-based paint, flammable materials, acids, insecticides, medicines and other 
hazardous materials were collected. Another collection day is scheduled for the 
spring. Hazardous materials from your home should not be thrown into the landfill 
but kept and disposed of on collection days. 

Protection of the Town's drinking water supply was the primary concern of the 
Board of Health when it voted in October to declare a moratorium on construction of 
sewage disposal systems in the Watershed and in a 1,000 foot radius area around the 
town well fields. This moratorium is to be in effect until January 1, 1986. 

Sewage pollution of the harbor continues. However, only the areas south and 
west of the breakwater remain closed to clamming. One pipe polluting the harbor has 
been capped and investigation of other sources of pollution continue in the spring of 
1985. The bacterial quality of the bathing beaches continues to be excellent. 
However, periodically small plastic objects and other materials are washed onto the 
beaches from nearby sewage treatment plants. 

The Board voted in April to adopt Abrasive Sandblasting Regulations which in- 
clude a requirement for licensing of the company conducting the sandblasting and 
specific restrictive regulations which are intended to protect the environment. The 
Board also approved five subsurface sewage regulations which are amendments/ad- 
ditions to the Town of Cohasset Board of Health Supplementary Rules and Regula- 
tions for the Disposal of Sanitary Sewage. 

Maintenance and repairs to existing septic systems continue to be of primary con- 
cern to the Board and repairs continue to require a large portion of the Health Agent's 
time. When a repair is necessary, an attempt is made to bring the septic system up to 
all current Title V codes and Cohasset supplementary regulations. The Board wishes 
to remind the townspeople of its requirement that systems must be pumped at least 
every two years for effective maintenance and care. Informational pamphlets are 
available in the Board of Health office at 43 Elm Street for interested citizens. 

In December of 1984 the Board voted to increase its annual license and permit 

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fees by $5.00 with the exception of Percolation Testing, Business Dump Permits, and 
Milk & Cream Licenses which remain the same. The fee schedule had not been in- 
creased Since 1981. 

Following is a summary of Revenue Collected & Income Produced annually in 
1984: 

Municipal Landfill 11,453.50 

Private Landfill 31,639.50 

Engineering Fees 3,602.50 

Recycling Income Collected 1,457.00 

Recycling Income Due 423.75 

Copies 29.01 

All Others (Licenses, Permits, Fees, 

Percolation Tests, etc.) 5,735.04 

TOTAL $54,340.30 

Board of Health Permits issued in 1984: 

Subsurface Disposal 

DWCP's 

New 29 

Repair 31 

Septic System Installers 18 

Septage Haulers 10 

Trash Deposition 

Trash Haulers 5 

Business Dumping Permits 14 

Animals 

Horse Permits 37 

Stable Permits 13 

Goats 3 

Pigs 2 

Birds(chickens, geese, turkey, etc.) 6 

Cows 1 

Dog Bites 5 

Food 

Frozen Desserts 3 

Milk & Cream 26 

Food Service 24 

Retail Food 15 

Catering 7 

Pools — 0— 

Massage License ... 1 

Respectfully submitted. 

Dr. C. Michael Bliss, Chairman 

Joseph R. Godzik, V.M.D., Health Agent 

Board of Health 



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Report of the Highway Department 

I hereby submit my report for the year 1984. 

As usual, our department was kept busy during the winter months keeping the 
roads and streets cleared of snow and ice. I should like, at this time, to commend the 
men of my department and the men with hired equipment for their exceptional per- 
formances during snow-removal operations. Through their fine efforts, I feel that 
Cohasset has the safest roads on the South Shore during the winter storm season. 

During the lull between storms, the department repaired and/or replaced a 
number of catch basins, repaired and/or replaced a number of guard rails, made 
new street signs and, where possible, painted old ones. With Spring weather finally 
arriving, we started our road-sweeping-program. Every road and street in Town was 
swept and cleaned of Winter debris. At the April Town Meeting, the funds were 
generously voted for the purchase of a new street sweeper. We took delivery of a new 
Elgin Pelican sweeper in August. This machine is a valuable addition to our depart- 
ment, and will certainly earn its keep. For this, I would like to thank the Advisory 
Board and the Capital Budget Committee for recommending this purchase and 
especially to the townspeople for voting to allocate these funds. 

At the Annual Town Meeting held in April of 1981, funds were voted for a major 
drainage replacement on Forest Notch. Due to numerous delays In obtaining legal 
clearances for this work, the project was not begun until April of 1984. The work went 
well and was completed in two days. At a Special Town Meeting held in September of 
1983, funds were voted for a drainage job on Ledgewood Drive. Again, due to legal 
delays, the work could not commence until September of 1984, and was completed in 
just four days. 

We replaced 30 feet of 30" culvert under a section of Spring Street. Our depart- 
ment repaired and/or replaced catch basins in various sections of Town. In all, we in- 
stalled 125 feet of different sized pipes, 17 rebuilt and 3 new catch basins with 3 new 
manholes. On a joint venture with the Town of H Ingham, we replaced an easement 
drain on Fisher road using 100 feet of 12" pipe and a new catch basin. 

Once the warm weather arrived, we began our road-paving projects. We used a 
total of 642 tons of Type I asphalt mix for grader patching on various streets. A total of 
8,424 gallons of MC 800 hot oil was used for surface treatment on different streets in 
Town. Using Type I asphalt, we surfaced 3,700 feet of Jerusalem Road and 4,750 
feet of South Main Street. 

During the year, all brooks and streams were cleaned, sign posts were painted 
and the center of Town was cleaned every week. 

In closing, a department is only as good as the men who work there. I feel ex- 
tremely fortunate in having the caliber of personnel I have working in my department. 
My sincere thanks to them all. A special thank you to Peter Laugelle of the Tree and 
Park Department, Stephen Wigmore of the Wire Department, Ben Curley of the 
Water Department and to all other Town departments for their continuing help and 
co-operation. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Harold W. Litchfield 

Highway Surveyor 



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Report of the Cohasst Housing- Authority 

The Cohasset Housing Authority is a state-funded authority and is administered 
by the Cohasset Housing Board. It comprises sixty-four units, four of which are set 
aside for the handicapped and the remaining sixty for the elderly. In 1984 we 
operated at full capacity. The Authority is not a self sufficient entity and each year we 
receive funds from the State Office of Communities and Development for the 
maintenance and routine repair of the complex. In addition, during 1984 we applied 
to the State for modernization funds for the upkeep and repair of the complex and 
these funds have been approved. 

Throughout 1984 we have continued to provide the quality of service that is so 
necessary for the comfort and care of the tenants. The first floor apartments were 
equipped with storm patio doors for their energy-saving features as well as providing 
additional comfort to the tenants. 

In November, after dVz years of faithful service, Lloyd Prescott resigned from the 
Board. At the November meeting Marguerite Libby was elected Chairman. The 
Selectmen of the town in conjunction with the Board appointed Kathleen Conte to fill 
the vacancy. 

We wish to take this opportunity to express our thanks to the Visiting Nurse 
Association, the Social Service League, and to all other town organizations and in- 
dividuals who have contributed their support throughout the year. 

Respectfully submitted. 

Marguerite M. Libby, Chairman 

John D. Muncey, Vice Chairman 

Ralph Perroncello, Treasurer 

Leo Happenny, Assistant Treasurer 

Kathleen Conte, Assistant Secretary 



Report of the Chairman, Trustees of the 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

Each year the Trustees welcome this opportunity to thank once again the 
townspeople for their tax support, the town boards for their cooperation, the patrons, 
Friends and volunteers for their enthusiastic response to needs. With all of these, plus 
the willing and able service of a dedicated staff and an excellent Librarian, Cohasset 
has developed a reputation of having one of the very best libraries for a town its size. 

This year saw the departure from the Board of Cordelia Foell who had served on 
the Board long and well. We welcomed new member John McNabb and in 
September, Agnes McCann joined the Board to finish out the year as replacement for 
Richard Dabrowski who moved out of state. 

Continued attention this year has been paid to bringing library salaries in line 
with those of other town employees and with attending to various building repairs. 

Children's needs continue to be addressed; cooperation with the schools on 
many levels, the Cohasset History Contest sponsored by the Friends, the Jim Trelease 
program and the summer reading program being among the more notable activities. 

A plaque commemorating Evelyn Wood who served the Library for so long as 

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staff librarian has been installed in the Reading Room. 

After many years of following developments in the field of regional automation of 
library procedures, the Trustees have voted to request Town Meeting in April 1985 to 
support funding to join a group of twenty to twenty-five towns on the South Shore in 
an automated circulation system. It is hoped that this system will be operable by 
1987, and that library services will be both simplified and expanded by access to all 
the collections in the consortium. 

Cohasset has shown for many years that it is a community proud of its library, 
knowledgeable about what it can do, and willing to support it as it continually seeks to 
better its service to the Town. For this the Trustees are most grateful. 

Development & Use of the Collections. July 1983— June 1984 

With- Total Loans for 

Purchased Gifts drawn Holdings Home Use 

Adult nonfiction 1,438 152 1,065 26,358 23,525 

Adult fiction 812 47 943 9,772 30,582 

Children's books 973 31 817 13,457 25,473 

Audiovisual materials— Adult 12 1,034 859 

Audiovisual materials— Children 79 8 672 1,063 

Periodical subscriptions 159 53 212 11,599 

Museum memberships 5 5 507 

Films (16mm) from the Regional Library System 29 

Audiovisual equipment 8 62 

TOTAL LOANS FOR HOME USE 93,699 

These loans include 522 books to Cohasset schools in 68 classroom deposits; and 
169 books to nursing homes, in 25 visits. 

Per capita loans are 13, more than double the statewide average. 

New Borrowers. During 1984, 408 adults and 189 children registered as new users. 

Interlibrary Loans. Of 261 requests to our regional library system, 214 (82%) were 
sent to Cohasset by 17 libraries. Five deposit collections (181 volumes) of large print 
books were sent by Quincy, Boston and Weymouth. The Hingham library, which does 
not belong to the regional library system, or allow free nonresident use, honored 105 
requests from the Cohasset library. Cohasset's use of the Boston Public Library com- 
puterized cataloging service, along with 75 other libraries, results in a computerized 
union catalog at Boston. This has increased the number of libraries whose holdings 
are readily accessible for interlibrary loan. Last year, nine libraries filled our re- 
quests, compared to 17 libraries this year. In turn, Cohasset filled 69 requests from 
20 libraries. 

Volunteers 

Loan desk and office 2,190 hours 

Nursing home visits 100 hours 

Friends of the Library board members 120 hours 

Story hours (32 volunteers) 196 hours 

Junior volunteers (24 young people) 102 hours 

Five displays of children's art 25 hours 

TOTAL VOLUNTEER HOURS 2,733 

Volunteer help averages 55 hours a week and is worth more than $16,000 a year. 

The Library is dependent on them , and they are dependable. The loan desk and office 



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jobs need 20 people who agree to work three hours each week. During the year, 48 
people filled these jobs. Special thanks to volunteer Ann Bowdoln, who recruits, 
schedules and trains volunteers. 

Speciar Children's Services 

* 45 pre-school story hours, 545 total attendance. 

* 5 evening family story hours, 162 total attendance. 

* 26 read-aloud programs at playground and pool, 307 attendance. 

* 120 story telling programs in the schools at the request of teachers. 

* 29 noteworthy films shown at 18 programs in the schools, total attendance 
of 2,198. 

* 18 classes and teachers visited the Library for Library instruction. 

* 120 children participated in the Summer Reading Program and read 2,350 
books. Seventy children read 20 or more books and won a book, gift of the 
Friends of the Library. All participants received certificates during school. 
Thanks to the school department for use of a microcomputer in the Summer 
Reading Program, and to Bill Langmaid for programming services. Jane 
Goedeke, president of the Friends, coordinated a party for participants. 

2 programs on local history were presented by David Wadsworth, total atten- 
dance 45. The Friends sponsored a local history contest for grades 3-8 and awarded 
books to the winners. Lindsay and Peter Guild and Lucy and Tim Marsac prepared an 
electronic local history display board and loaned it to the Children's Room. 

80 parents and teachers attended a presentation by Jim Trelease, author of The 
Read-Aloud Handbook. Library staff planned the event and displayed an exhibit of 
literature at the program. The school department promoted and paid for the event, 
and provided the meeting place. 

Gifts. League of Women Voters; in memory of Eleanor Lincoln; and in memory of 
Richard J. Caristi. 

South Shore NOW, for children's books. 

Community Garden Club; in memory of Mary Eleanor Haberstroh; and in 
memory of Margaret Hardy. 

Friends of the Cohasset Library: book funds; Christmas wreaths; history con- 
test; refrigerator; annual memberships to the Museum of Science, Children's 
Museum, New England Aquarium, Museum of Fine Arts; supplies; Summer Reading 
awards and party. 

Doris R. McNulty, Chairman 



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Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

Cohasset is a member of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC), com- 
prising 101 communities in the metropolitan Boston area. The MAPC makes regional 
plans and policies and provides technical assistance to member communities. In 
1984, Cohasset's MAPC membership assessment at 17.3 cents per capita, was 
$1,241. 

This past year the Town of Cohasset was represented on the council by Martha 
Gjesteby who has served by appointment of the selectmen since 1981. She has been 
active in council affairs and is presently serving as assistant treasurer, member of the 
executive committee, the transportation technical advisory committee and personnel 
policies committee. 

Cohasset benefited from the following regional plans, policies, or programs: The 
Overall Economic Development Program and the Transportation Improvement Pro- 
gram (required to maintain eligibility for federal funds in these areas). Zoning reviews 
and comments (to assist communities to identify and modify development projects to 
minimize adverse impacts and to promote cost effectiveness), census data forecasts 
and analyses, land use maps and tables, showing changes since 1971, legislative 
monitoring and analyses of proposed legislation are among the other services the 
MAPC provides to Cohasset. Several workshops covering economic development, 
street standards, and local zoning issues were also held during the year and a public 
outreach program, which alerted travelers to the reconstruction of the Southeast Ex- 
pressway, was instituted during 1984. Publications which benefit Cohasset include 
the Massachusetts Small Cities Program Handbook and the Community Profile Series, 
a reference guide for each of the 101 MAPC communities. 

Local officials and citizens interested in regional planning issues affecting 
Cohasset are encouraged to contact the MAPC representative. 

Martha Gjesteby 
MAPC Representative 



South Shore Regional Vocational Technical 
School Committee 

For a number of years the School has been a valuable resource to be used by 
secondary-level students from Cohasset who wish to pursue careers in technical 
fields. There are now eighteen major programs for young men and women covering a 
wide range of potential job opportunities. Almost all of South Shore students are 
placed in jobs upon graduation, but 15% of graduates go on to accredited college- 
level institutions. 

This year six students from Cohasset are attending the School. We are working 
with the local schools to increase this usage and reach at least our quota of ten. 

Town officials and other citizens are encouraged to visit the School and see its 
vibrant programs and enthusiasm for themselves. 

David Chittim 
Cohasset Representative 

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Report of the Planning Board 

The past year has proven to be extremely busy for the Planning Board. 

Major Development projects in the light industry and highway business districts 
were approved. Throughout the approval process, the board attempted to apply con- 
sistent development standards, especially in the areas of density, drainage, site ap- 
propriateness and aesthetics. 

Additionally, the past year saw the approval of the Town's largest per unit 
residential cluster development. 

Throughout 1984 a Planning Board subcommittee, under the chairmanship of 
Daniel Cotton, met to review the Zoning Bylaws. As a result of the efforts of this sub- 
committee, recommendations for numerous Bylaw changes will be made by the Plan- 
ning Board at the Annual Town Meeting in April, 1985. These recommendations will 
attempt to clear up ambiguities in the present Zoning Bylaws as well as set a direction 
for future growth and development. 

The Planning Board will continue to review the Zoning Bylaws with the goal of 
perfecting this instrument as a planning tool and as a reflection of the long term 
philosophy of the community. 

Respectfully submitted, 

L. Christine Bassett, Chairperson 

Daniel C. Cotton 

John F. O'Toole 

Patrick A. Plante 

Robert H. Sturdy 



Police Department 



Cohasset Board of Selectmen: 

I hereby submit the Annual Report of the Cohasset Police Department. This 
report includes activities and statistical data from January 1, 1984 through 
December 31, 1984. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph M. Kealey, Chief 
Cohasset Poiice Department 



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ANNUAL REPORT 
COHASSET POLICE DEPARTMENT 

UNIFORM CRIME REPORT 1984 STATISTICS 

Offense Reported 

Assaults 8 

Breaking & Entering 30 

B&E or Larceny from M/V 20 

Larceny 79 

Larceny of M/V 9 

Vandaiism/MaL Dest. Property 237 

Motor Vehicle Accidents Investigated 202 

Traffic Citations Issued 1,214 

Residential & Business alarms answered 609 

Stolen motor vehicles recovered 5 

Bicycles registered 50 

Official complaints received 3,318 

Department vehicles— patrol mileage 136,593 

Special details 1,108 



RECORD OF ARRESTS 



Offense 

Assault 

Assault/ Battery P.O. 

Breakings Entering 

B&E Motor Vehicle 

Burglary 

Chins (Child in need services) 

Disorderly conduct 

Larceny 

Larceny M/V 

Malicious Dest. Property 

Motor vehicles violations 

Minor in possession alcohol 

Minor transporting alcohol 

Narcotic violations 

Operating under influence 

Public drinking 

Procuring liquor 

Protective custody 

Receiving stolen property 

Trespassing 

Using M/V w/o authority 

Arrested on warrants 

Violation of Town By-Law 



Male 

1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

3 
1 
4 
1 
7 
4 
1 
2 

20 
2 
1 

36 

3 

1 

46 

1 



Female 



Total Arrests— 156 



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FEES RETURNED TO GENERAL FUND 

Court fines & assessments $15,445.00 

Parking violations 6,140.00 

License fees 643.00 

Requests for Police reports 699.00 

Restitution 775.00 

$23,702.00 



Report of the Recycling Committee 

With the start of the new year we welcome Mr. Edward Frederick as our new 
recycling monitor, replacing our loyal Steve Leighton who has decided to retire. 

GLASS volume has dropped over last year, both from effect of "bottle bill" and 
lack of publicity encouraging recycling. 

PAPER volume has also dropped, but price remains stable at $5.00 per ton, with 
no handling charges. 

WHITE METAL continues to have no market; however, Sugarman Co. is remov- 
ing this at no cost to Town. 

ALUMINUM volume is small, with stable price; volunteers transport in own 
vehicles to Quincy. 

RETURNABLE CANS and BOTTLES are being received as donations at Recycling 
Center. Collections are delivered by volunteers for redemption in Quincy. 

Composting area for leaves, started this Fall, has proven effective with the 
outlook good for plentiful compost for citizens by next Spring. 

Currently funds are accumulating for a Boy Scout project to provide housing for 
monitor and storage of returnable bottles and cans. Having lost one of our storage 
bins this past year, we are attempting to obtain a van or trailer body for storage and 
security. Presently our monitor does not have a satisfactory place to keep his tools 
and equipment, plus storage for "returnables." 

A price cannot be placed on the many hours of volunteer time at the Recycling 
Center, plus transportation by private vehicles. 

The Recycling Committee, on behalf of the Selectmen and Board of Health, would 
like to thank citizens who are thoughtful enough to support recycling by dropping off 
their bottles, cans, aluminum and papers at the Center. The savings by keeping bulk 
out of the dump is a considerable help to every taxpayer in Cohassetl 

Arthur Lehr, Jr. 
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Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 

The Commissioners of the Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project are 
pleased to submit the following report of our activities during 1984. 

The Project is a special district created by the State Legislature in 1957, and is 
now composed of 21 Plymouth County towns, the City of Brockton, and the Town of 
Cohasset in Norfolk County. The Project is a regional response to a regional problem 
and provides a way of organizing specialized equipment, specially trained employees, 
and mosquito control professionals into a single agency with a broad geographical 
area of responsibility. The Project continues to provide environmentally sound mos- 
quito control at no increase in per capita cost. 

1984 was a year of transition. Gary Benzon, Superintendent of the Project for 
nearly four years, left to pursue a PhD at North Carolina State University. He was 
replaced by Dr. Kenneth Ludlam, a native bay stater formerly associated with 
Maryland mosquito control programs; who is aided by Assistant Superintendent 
Michael King, a Delaware mosquito control veteran; and by an able, experienced, and 
knowledgeable staff of foremen, inspectors, and support personnel. 

1984 was also a year of repeat challenges. The Project was again tested by an in- 
creased threat of the mosquito transmitted disease Eastern Equine Encephalitis 
(EEE). The Project responded by increasing the level of control and by targeting areas 
of highest risk. Additional costs for overtime and insecticide are to be funded by a 
special appropriation and not charged to member towns. The recurrent problem of 
EEE in southeastern Massachusetts has led to increased cooperation between the 
Project and the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. 

1984's new challenges included the addition of the Town of Marshfield, which 
became part of the Project in July. Control activities were targeted at the adult mos- 
quitoes until late in the season when most of the larval development sites were finally 
catalogued. More emphasis on control of the mosquitoes in the larval stage can be ex- 
pected in this town next year. 

Again this year with the aid of a computer the figures specific to the Town of 
Cohasset are given below. While mosquitoes do not respect town lines the informa- 
tion given below does provide a tally of the activities which have had the greatest im- 
pact on the health and comfort of Cohasset residents. 

1. Insecticide Application. 10,240 acres were treated using truck mounted 
sprayers for control of adult mosquitoes. More than one application was made to the 
same site if mosquitoes reinvaded the area. The first treatments were made in May 
and the last in September. The use of quiet electric sprayers has ended completely 
complaints about noise. 

Our greatest effort has been targeted at mosquitoes in the larval stage, which can 
be found in woodland pools, swamps, marshes, and other standing water areas. In- 
spectors continually gather data on these sites and treat with highly specific larvicides 
when immature mosquitoes are present. Last year a total of 101 inspections were 
made to 64 catalogued breeding sites totaling 580 acres. 

Finally, a total of 91 treatments were made to storm sewer catch basins to pre- 
vent mosquito production in this man made habitat. 

We encourage citizens or municipal officials to call our office for information 
about mosquitoes, mosquito-borne diseases, control practices, or any other matters 
of concern. 

Kenneth W. Ludlam, Ph.D. 

Superintendent 

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Report of the Recreation Director 

It is with pleasure that the report of Recreation Department is submitted to the 
residents of Cohasset. 

During the Fiscal Year 1984, July 1, 1983, thru June 30, 1984, 6,041 in- 
dividuals of all ages, participated in various structured recreation programs, special 
events, and activities. Again this year we are indebted to many adult and youth 
volunteers who gave graciously of time, effort and expertise which was essential to 
our ability to conduct many programs that budget restrictions would have otherwise 
not allowed. 

Expanded utilization of the Revolving Account Fund has increased our ability to 
conduct a number of specialized programs and trips. During Fiscal Year 1984, a total 
of $10,265.45 was transacted through the Revolving Account Fund, providing pro- 
grams that were paid for 100% by the participants, hence, no reflection on the 
budget or tax dollar. Approximately another $5,000.00 was directed to third party 
vendor payments, affording additional programing with no reflection on the budget or 
taxation. 

The Recreation Department generated via fees, a total of $30,344.50 during 
Fiscal Year 1984. $6,324.50 from program receipts, and $24,020.00 Facility Per- 
mits. Generated revenue by the. Recreation Department is deposited in the General 
Fund of the Town and is applied to help offset tax rate during the next Fiscal Year. 

In our effort to maintain the quality and quantity of programing for all aged 
residents of the Town, we encourage citizens to provide us with input as to the types 
of programs and activities that they would like to see established, continued or discon- 
tinued. While all programs are being constantly evaluated as to need and effec- 
tiveness we rely on the input of residents as a major guideline. Please feel free to 
write, call or stop in at the Recreation Department office on the first floor of the Town 
Hall to discuss your thoughts and ideas. 

The Recreation Commission, at the 1984 Town Meeting, received $5,000.00 of 
funding for the Beechwood Play Lot. Construction was accomplished during the late 
Summer and early Fall of 1984, affording a multi-purpose, fenced play area for use by 
residents of Beechwood. A tennis bangboard will be added to basketball and street 
hockey equipment in the near future. 

Thanks should go to Mr. Harold Litchfield and men of the Highway Department 
and Mr. Peter Laugelleand men of the Tree and Park Department for their invaluable 
services and work at the site. The project cost to the Town would have more than 
doubled if it had not been for their work and efforts. 

The Beechwood area, which is not close to any school facility and maintains a 
fairly high density of children and youth, was much in need of a neighborhood, multi- 
purpose, active recreation facility. 

Because of the structure of the Recreation Department, we must rely on the 
various other Town departments for help with our projects, maintenance, and daily 
operation. Special thanks for their continuing efforts and interest should go to the 
School, Highway, Tree and Park, Water, Wire, and Library Departments. 

As previously indicated, volunteers of all ages have made a number of programs 
possible that would not otherwise be possible, if we had to rely on budget monies to 
conduct all programs. Each year there are well over 100 volunteers who come forth 
to help with various programs such as soccer, basketball leagues, special clinics, and 
numerous events. To give an idea of the Impact volunteers have within our structure, 
it would be necessary, if each volunteer were paid $5.00 an hour for services, to 

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quadruple our total program salary budget of $11,452.00. We all owe a debt of 
gratitude to the people who donate their Saturdays, evenings, and even holidays to 
provide leadership, structure, and expertise for our children and to our programs. 

The Recreation Commission is a seven member, elected Board charged with pro- 
viding leisure services to all-aged residents of Cohasset. Current members 
are: Richard P. Barrow, Chairman; James L. Gallagher, Vice-Chairman; Mary K. 
Muncey, Secretary; Gerard A. Buckley, Terry E. Duggan, AIna L. Ekberg, and Peter 
G. Laugelle, Members. 

A couple of items of special note: Dick Barrow, who was the essential initiator of 
the creation of a full-time recreation department, program and director has been a 
member of the Recreation Commission for ten years, and Chairman of the Commis- 
sion for nine of those years. Through his leadership, efforts, and selfless donation of 
time, recreational opportunities and advantages for all Cohasset residents have 
transmogrified from an eight week children's Summer program to an all- 
encompassing format. 

All members of the Recreation Commission deserve a vote of gratitude for their 
effort, time, and service to the Community. Each member brings to the Commission 
their individual expertise, which collectively provides for a wide spectrum of 
representation, talents, and input. They join me in thanks for your continued support 
of our services. We look forward to serving you, and will continue to try to meet the 
needs of the entire Community. 

Respectfully submitted, 
John M. Worley, Director 



Tree and Park and Cemetery Departments 

The Tree and Park Department, during the past three years, has been refur- 
bishing certain parks and areas around town. 

This year with the assistance of other departments, we have refurbished the 
John Smith Memorial at the Harbor. There is now a new bench, litter basket, trees 
and granite posts, along with a new asphalt walkway. 

Another project has been the addition of 3,500 feet of water lines and 40 new 
spigots to assist the public at Woodside Cemetery. 

We will soon be starting to reset and repoint the front wall at Beechwood 
Cemetery. 

The Tree and Park Department has had a busy spring and summer with the care 
and maintenance of schools and all grounds and parks due to a lot of rain and hot 
weather. The Tree and Park Department also maintains all woodside cutting of brush 
and trees around town. 

The storm of March 29 did a lot of damage to trees. We lost a few trees but the 
biggest damage was to new trees. 

I would like to thank the Highway and Wire Departments for their assistance and 
also the men of the department and other departments in town. 



Respectfully submitted, 
Peter Laugelle 



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Report of the School Committee 

Our Superintendent of Schools has outlined in his report a summary of statistics 
as it relates to our Student Body and Educational Programs. As you review his report, 
please try to place yourself in the role of those you have elected to represent you on 
the School Committee. Over the years many people in Cohasset have shared their 
time and talents to improving the quality of our School Department. These efforts by 
many, over a long period of time, has caused the Cohasset Schools to enjoy a reputa- 
tion as a leader for academic excellence. The SAT scores of our students exceed the 
National and State average, and our record for college and university placements 
rival many of the most prestigious private schools. We all share in the pride of our 
graduates who distinguish themselves in their chosen field, particularly when we 
realize much of their educational foundation was provided by the Cohasset School 
System . 

However, today, your Committee has a sense of concern and alarm at the 
possibility of the decline in the quality of the Cohasset School System. Our ability to 
provide the childen of Cohasset an educational experience of the quality of past years 
is in jeopardy. Financial constraints combined with the declining enrollment have 
challenged the talents of everyone associated with the School Department to do more 
with less. Some national demographic studies suggest our population decline has bot- 
tomed out and we can expect to see some reversal to the trend of declining enroll- 
ment. Until this reversal takes place, however, we will continue to be penalized for 
our small school system's size with its mandatory number of fixed costs. In the opinion 
of your School Committee, any additional deductions to our program or facilities 
budget will seriously affect the quality, reputation and tradition of our School System. 

There are few things more important to a Town than its schools. Every Cohasset 
resident, in truth, has a vested economic interest in the quality of our educational 
system. Many studies indicate property values are directly related to the perceived 
quality of the local schools. The higher that perceived quality, the more valuable and 
resaleable the real estate. Our own real estate professionals confirm these studies. 
They have indicated to members of the School Committee, that all projected home 
buyers with children are concerned with and ask about the quality of the Cohasset 
Schools. 

As a Committee, we are anxious to analyze the results of our recent Town census. 
This data, combined with input from other Town Departments, (particularly as it 
relates to growth and development), should enable us to plan for the future. We 
pledge, as a Committee, to keep the entire Town informed as we deal with this issue. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Joseph R. Ned row. Chairman 
Cohasset School Committee 



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Cohasset School Department 

The hotly debated educational reform bill, known to Massachusetts legislators as 
House Bill 6262, was passed and engrossed on a 110 to 31 roll call vote on 
December 14, 1984. By its third reading, however, there were 30 amendments 
recorded under the House version. These suggested changes were complex and in 
many instances of a major nature which substantially altered the bill's original intent 
to the degree that the House voted to redraft the bill as House Bill 6300 before sub- 
mission to the Senate. Because of this failure to reach any consensus on any form of 
meaningful educational reform, the children of Massachusetts face still another year 
of unequal learning opportunities and the agony of the local fiscal dilemma of limited 
dollars available to satisfy public demand for quality and accountability in our public 
schools. 

So, all of its versions, H.B. 5000, H.B. 5704, H.B. 6262 and H.B. 6300 are dead 
for 1984. Is this "much to do about nothing?" What or who killed this noble effort for 
our children? Who is to blame? All involved expected education reform to be a com- 
plex political battle, but certainly a matter of great importance to our State and its 
children. Boston Harbor will be clean in our decade at a price tag of two billion 
dollars, but we gagged on $500 to $700 million for education. Butas astronomical as 
the price estimates were, money was not the only issue. New England has always 
been fiercely proud of its local control, distrustful of both State and Federal interven- 
tion, especially in matters as close to our hearts as our children and their futures. This 
bill was fraught with the dangers of State bureaucracy and the loss of local determina- 
tion. The many special interest groups on both sides of the debates, refused or were 
unable to reach workable compromises. Legal turf was violated between existing 
State status of collective bargaining and proposed minimum salaries and personnel 
changes. In short, the debates became sadly non-productive with one representative 
voting against his own amendment because it was changed so often that it completely 
failed to achieve his original intent. Was it Wordsworth who said, "We murder to 
dissect"? A blue ribbon committee has been called for to be constituted of non- 
education and non-legislative personnel to restudy and redraft reform legislation for 
this year. Let's hope that they can unravel this "plate of worms." Frankly I really don't 
know who has the answers for education reform these days and if it was not for the 
boys and girls and dedicated teachers with whom I have the pleasure of working, the 
picture would indeed be bleak. 

Enough of State politics. Let me turn our attention to a description of our 
1983—1984 school year. The enrollment picture shows a greatly reduced rate of 
decline in the number of students attending our schools. Osgood's October 1st figures 
were 308 students; Deer Hill registered 250; while the Junior/Senior High School 
enrolled 687. System totals are 1245 meaning that the decline has slowed to 42 
students from all grades. I predict our low point will be 1989 and after that period the 
system will begin to slowly grow again. Academically, our boys and girls continue to 
excel. Many programs and their participants have produced highlights worthy of em- 
phasis: the SAT record of achievement is always an important benchmark in any 
highly academic school, and although its collective results should not be used as a 
measure of the school's overall performance, it is an indication of how strong our 
students' potential for post secondary study will be. Cohasset's current SAT scores 
are once again substantially higher than the National, New England and 
Massachusetts State averages. Eighty-seven percent of the Class of 1984 are cur- 
rently pursuing post secondary education with 73% of our students having been ac- 

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cepted at some 123 colleges and universities. Our record for advanced college credit 
which indicates the power of our college preparation program here at Cohasset 
shows that 85% of students who took Advanced Placement examinations in their 
academic subject qualified for college credit, placement, or both, saving themselves 
and their parents both time and money by advancing their programs of study beyond 
the freshman college level. We are understandably proud of this statistic. We also 
have one National Merit Scholarship finalist and 10 scholars who have been com- 
mended as honorable mention winners. Enclosed for your inspection is a profile of the 
classes both 1984 and 1985. 

The co-curriculum activities at all of our schools have continued to enjoy a great 
deal of success. We are extremely proud of our very high rate of participation in both 
athletic programs as well as our academic clubs and arts programs. Our last year's 
all-district musical was a smashing success, with the young people putting on 
"Godspell." This year our students presented the musical comedy "Snoopy." At the 
High School our athletic teams have enjoyed unusual success for sucKa small school. 
When we realize that we are one of the smallest schools in our Conference, our teams 
are truly competitive. Our soccer and basketball programs have been involved in 
State tournament play for the last two years. Football, hockey, wrestling, gymnastics 
are competitive and bring a lot of enjoyment to the community as well as teaching our 
youngsters the value of hard work and competition. The different clubs and in- 
tramural activities, such as skiing, tennis, math league, debating, drama, provide 
things for young people to do, which is extremely important in a small suburban Com- 
munity. The school system continues to cooperate with the many other Town Depart- 
ments such as Recreation, in making its facilities available to the Community all dur- 
ing the week and on the weekends. This commitment to a Community- based school 
does cost money and often results in misuse of facilities. However, I continue to be 
philosophically committed to the use of the Cohasset school facilities as a Community 
venture. In terms of these facilities, this year we were able to paint and repair the 
Osgood school and as you have read in the local news, we have ben able to re-roof all 
of our schools. We were fortunate to obtain State funding for 50% of the cost of the ex- 
pense of the re-roofing, saving the Community approximately one-quarter of a million 
dollars. The Junior/Senior High School is targeted for both interior and exterior 
painting this coming summer and the masonry re-pointing project will continue in the 
summer months and hopefully be completed in the summer of 1986. 

In summary, although these continue to be difficult times for public education, 
due to the uncertainty of the economic picture and the limiting constraints of Proposi- 
tion 2y2, the students and staff of the Cohasset Public School System continue to 
strive for excellence and believe that their record of achievement indicates to their 
community that this goal is being achieved. If educational reform becomes a reality 
throughout our State, perhaps the fiscal picture will be clarified and all concerned 
with the education of young people can get on with the business at hand. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Eugene C. Crowell 

Superintendent of Sctiools 



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SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES THAT OFFERED ADMISSION TO COHASSET HIGH SCHOOL 
GRADUATING SENIORS IN THE CLASS OF 1984 



Aquinas Junior College 
American International College 
Assumption College 
Babson College 
Bay State Junior College 
Bentley College 
Boston Business School 
Boston College 
Boston University 
Bowdoin College 
Bradford College 
Brandeis University 
Bridgton Academy 
Bridgewater State College 
Carroll College 
Castleton State University 
Chamberlayne Junior College 
Clark University 
Clemson University 
Colby College 
Colby/Sawyer College 
College of the Holy Cross 
College of William & Mary 
Colorado College 
Connecticut College 
Curry College 
Cushing Academy 
Dartmouth College 
Davidson College 
Dean Junior College 
Duke University 
Eagle Hill School 
Eastern Nazarene College 
Emerson College 
Emory University 
Fairfield University 
Fisher Junior College 
Fitch burg State College 
Franklin Pierce College 
Furman University 
Fryeburg Academy 
Green Mountain College 
Hartwick College 
Harvard/Radcliffe College 
Hofstra University 
Ithaca College 
Jacksonville University 
James Madison University 
Johnson & Wales College 
Keene State College 
Kimball Union Academy 
Lafayette College 
Lawrence Memorial Hospital 

School of Nursing 
Macalester College 
Marietta College 
Marist College 
Mass. Maritime Academy 
Massasoit Community College 
Merrimack College 
Middlebury College 
Mt. Holyoke College 
Mt. Ida College 
Muskingum College 



Newbury Junior College 

New England College 

New Hampshire College 

New Hampton School 

Newton Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing 

New York University 

Nichols College 

North Adams State College 

North Carolina State University 

Northeastern University 

Northfield Mt. Hermon 

Norwich University 

Notre Dame University 

Pace University 

Phillips Academy 

Pine Manor College 

Plymouth State College 

Providence College 

Quincy Junior College 

Regis College 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

Rhode Island School of Design 

Ripon College 

St. Anselm College 

St. Lawrence University 

St. Michael's College 

Salem State College 

Salve Regina College 

Simmons College 

Smith College 

Southeastern Massachusetts Univeristy (SMU) 

Springfield College 

Stonehill College 

Syracuse University 

Trinity College 

Tufts University 

Univeristy of Connecticut 

University of Delaware 

University of Georgia 

University of Hartford 

University of Lowell 

University of Maine/Orono 

University of Mass. /Amherst 

University of Mass./Boston 

University of Montana 

University of New Hampshire 

University of North Carolina 

University of Notre Dame 

University of Pennsylvania 

University of Rhode Island 

University of Richmond 

University of Southern Maine 

Univeristy of Vermont 

University of Virginia 

Vanderbilt University 

Villanova University 

Virginia Technical Institute 

Wake Forest University 

Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Wesleyan University 

Westfield State College 

Wheaton College 

William Smith College 

Worcester Academy 



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PROFILE OF THE CLASS OF 1984 

Cohasset is a residential community of about 7800 population situated on 
the coast 20 miles south of Boston. Most of the residents are engaged in 
professional occupations and business in the City of Boston. The Town is 
one of a high socio-economic status. 

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT-1984.1985 

Grade 9—139; Grade 10—132; Grade 11—131; Grade 12—122; 
Total-524. 

LQ. AVERAGE-117 

IOWA TEST OF EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT- 

The Class of 1985 has maintained an average above the 75th % ile for the 

past 3 years. 

GRADE DISTRIBUTION— based on final grades as Juniors in full-year 
major academic courses only: 

1983-1984 A B C D F 

9% 35% 41% 10% 5% 
Average grade index for all students in the Junior Year was 2.38 on a 4-point scale. 

(A = 4; B = 3; C = 2; D=l) 
Percent of Junior/Senior students studying 5 major subjects 89%. 
Students are ranked by the recommendation of the N.A.S.S.P. and A.A.C.R.A.O. 

ACCREDITATION 

New England Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools latest accredita- 
tion-1982. 

ADVANCED EDUCATION (Class of 1984) 
4-yr. College 2-yr. College Nursing & 

Other Work Service 

Public Private Public Private 

31% 42% 2% 6% 6% 13% 0% 

87% to further education 

STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO: 13-1 (Includes All Professional Staff) 
All English classes limited to 25 or fewer students. All other classes limited to 30 or 
fewer students. 

AVERAGE CLASS SIZE 21 

Each subject area is grouped homogeneously, independently of other subjects. Each 
discipline has honors grouping; for example, honors groups in English, history, 
mathematics, science and languages. Cohasset is utilizing the following pro- 
grams— ISCS Science; BSCS Biology; Harvard Project Physics; PSSC Physics, and 
CHEM Chemistry. We have been a participant in the Advanced Placement Program 
for the past 23 years. This year advanced placement courses will be offered in 
calculus, English, biology, European History, French, Spanish and Latin. Language 
courses employ the use of a language laboratory. 



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COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION-JUNIOR YEAR SCORES 



S.A.T. 

Average 488 Average 490 

VERBAL MATH 



Achievement Averages 



1% 


750-800 














1% 


700-749 






3% 


Biology 


613 


7% 


650-699 






5% 


Chemistry 


633 


10% 


600-649 






13% 


English Composition 


508 


8% 


550-599 






9% 


Math Level 1 


501 


21% 


500-549 






17% 


Spanish 


574 


19% 


450-499 






18% 


Each achievement test listed 




9% 


400-449 






14% 


above included 11 or more 




10% 


350-399 






13% 


exam 


nations. 




10% 


300-349 






5% 








3% 


250-299 






3% 








1% 


200-249 














National 








426 


National 


471 


Mass. 








429 


Mass 




467 


New England 








432 


New England 


468 




ADVANCED PLACEMENT GRADE DISTRIBUTION 








BY EXAM AND MEAN SCORES 




Exam 






5 


4 


3 


2 1 


Mean Score 


Biology 






2 


4 


5 


2 


3.5 


Calculus AB 






1 


1 


5 


1 1 


2.9 


English Lang & Comp 







1 








4.0 


English Lit & Comp 




4 


4 


7 


1 


3.7 


European History 




1 


3 


8 


2 1 


3.6 


French Language 







1 








4.0 


French Literature 




1 











5.0 


Latin 






1 


2 


2 


1 1 


3.0 


Spanish 






1 


1 


1 





4.0 






Grade Distribution Summary 
















Percent 








Grade 


Number 


of Total 








5 




] 


LI 


17% 








4 




] 


L7 


26% 








3 




28 


42% 








2 






7 


11% 








1 






3 


4% 





66 



100% 



Combined mean score for all A.P. Exams taken by Cohasset High School 
Juniors and Seniors in 1984—3.39. 

Eighty-five percent (85%) of all exams taken received a score of three or 
better. 



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COURSE LEGEND 

The abbreviations below frequently appear on the Cohasset High School 
transcript. For those not completely familiar with the specifics of the Cohasset High 
School curriculum, the following brief descriptions are provided: 

ENGLISH and SOCIAL STUDIES-Grade 9 

WSOC/Eng Western Society/English 

WSOC/SocSt Western Society/Social Studies 

A team taught Humanities program required of all 9th Graders with the focus on 
the history and literature of Western Civilization. 

ENGLISH and SOCIAL STUDIES-Grade 10 

ASTDY/Eng American Study/English 

ASTDY/SocSt American Study/Social Studies 

A team taught American Studies program required of all 10th Graders with the 
focus on American History and Literature. The Social Studies portion of this program 
meets the American History graduation requirement. 

ENGLISH-Grade 11 

Jr.W.P Junior Writing Program 

A one quarter (Va), intensive writing course required of all Juniors. 

E.C.S English Communications Skills 

A one quarter (%) course, stresses grammar, usage, and mechanics of language. 
Strongly recommended for all College Preparatory students. 

SCIENCE 

ISCSIII Intermediate Science Curriculum study 

A continuation of a Junior High School Science program organized around the 
use of individual laboratory investigations. The course allows students to proceed at 
their own pace. 

Physics PSSC Physical Science Study Committee 

An Honors Physics course with equal emphasis on lecture and laboratory. 

Physics HPP Harvard Project Physics 

A multi-avenue approach to the study of Physics with the emphasis on individual 
experiments and observation. 

GENERAL 

AltSch Alternative School Program 

Cohasset High School offers an alternative to the traditional program. All courses 
taught or supervised by Alternative School staff are so indicated on the transcript. 

CLASS RANK and GRADE POINT AVERAGE INFORMATION 

Class Rank and Grade Point Average are calculated by computer at the end of 
every marking period from Grade 9 through Grade 12. This information is readily 
available and students are advised to check their rank in class periodically in order to 
improve upon past performance and to assess their potential for college admissions. 

There are three (3) different ranks in class on file throughout a student's atten- 
dance at Cohasset High School. 

1. Current This data ranks students within a grade for the one marking period that is 
being currently reported. 

2. Year-to-date. This data ranks students within a grade for any one year and in- 
cludes all completed marking periods of that year. 



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3. Career. This data ranks students within a grade on a cumulative basis from Grade 
9 to the most recent marking period or through graduation. This Class Rank is in- 
cluded on the High School transcript. 

Class rank and Grade Point Average are computed through the recognition of course 
and section difficulty. The five (5) levels of difficulty are: 

1. Level one represents Advanced Placement courses (AP). 

2. Level two represents Honors courses (H). 

3. Level three represents Advanced courses (A). 

4. Level four indicates a College Preparatory course (CP). 

5. Level five indicates a major subject that is not College Preparatory in nature but 
requires outside preparation (General, Basic). 

6. Non-academic electives have no weights and therefore have no bearing on Class 
Rank or Grade Point Average. 

WEIGHTING SCALE 



Curriculum 












Levels 


1 


2 

1 Full Grade 


3 


4 


5 




V3 Grade 


Vs Grade 


Full Grade 


Full Grade 




Advanced 






College 


General 




Placement 


Honors 


Advanced 


Preparatory 


or Basic 


A 


18 


17 


15 


12 


9 


A- 


17 


16 


14 


11 


8 


B + 


16 


15 


13 


10 


7 


B 


15 


14 


12 


9 


6 


B- 


14 


13 


11 


8 


5 


C + 


13 


12 


10 


7 


4 


C 


12 


11 


9 


6 


3 


C- 


11 


10 


8 


5 


2 


D 


10 


8 


6 


3 


1 


F 


















EXAMPLE: 

A grade of B in an Advanced Placement course would receive a weight of 15 while a 
grade of B in an Advanced academic subject would receive a weight of 12. In other 
words, there is a difference of a full grade between an Advanced Placement grade 
and a grade in the Advanced program. Likewise, there is a difference of a full grade 
between the grade of an Advanced course and a regular College Preparatory course. 
Because of this weighting system, students in the accelerated programs are held to 
very rigorous standards, and grading is quite severe. 



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South Shore Regional School District Annual Report 

It is my pleasure to submit this brief report to the residents of Cohasset on the 
current status of South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School. 

South Shore Tech is currently offering nineteen vocational and technical pro- 
grams to the students of our eight member communities. Since 1981, the programs 
available at South Shore have increased from eleven to a total of nineteen. Services 
provided to students with special needs have increased with the addition of an after- 
noon program for students who ordinarily would not be attending South Shore. Other 
program alternatives for special needs students are being designed and funding 
sought for initiation during the 84-85 school year. 

Our adult evening school is providing an interesting array of technical, craft, and 
academic programs for a steadily growing number of adult students. The area's first 
post high school technical institute has begun for students wishing to prepare for 
employment in a variety of technical fields including the latest career opportunities in 
the electronic, machine and drafting technologies. These programs began in 
September, 1984. An associate degree is also available to graduates through Quincy 
Junior College in conjunction with the Technical Institute. 

South Shore Technical High is able to be a highly effective educational technical 
and vocational resource in our area. The school can serve its students, post-graduates 
and others who need technical training as well as South Shore businesses. 

In June, 1984, two students from Cohasset received their diplomas and technical 
certificates from South Shore Vocational Technical. Fourteen percent of our 1984 
graduates went on to higher education. Most of the rest went directly into employment 
76% ; or the military service 9% . During the 1984/85 school year. South Shore had a 
total of 512 district and out-of-district students in attendance. A total of six students 
from Cohasset. 

Our hope, and the hope of David Chittim, your member of our school committee, is 
that this number can be increased to your allocation of ten. We are working with 
Cohasset schools to bring this about. 

The athletic department has experienced excellent success in interscholastic soc- 
cer and basketball. Our varsity soccer and basketball teams finished with outstanding 
records over the last two years. The best teams in many years. The boys' varsity 
basketball team had its best record ever in 1983/84 and finished with a record of 
twelve wins and six losses. Both the soccer and basketball teams made the state tour- 
naments in 83/84. In addition, girls basketball and Softball is alive and well and com- 
peting at the Junior Varsity level this year. 

Throughout our region there is increasing need in industry for young people with 
technical education in their background. The future is extremely bright for your 
regional vocational technical school in responding to these needs. Responsible growth 
is being planned and initiated. Services are expanding and more citizens are being 
served. The School Committee, staff and students at South Shore are optimistic and 
upbeat and join together in thanking you for your confidence and support. We like 
having you as a partner. 

Submitted by, 

Clifford W. Easton 

Superin ten den t- Director 



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Report of the Sewer Commission 

In essence, the year 1984 proved to be a continuation of the year 1983 in which 
the Town determined to pursue acceptable alternative methods for treating its waste 
water. The Sewer Commission worked vigorously to this end with strong support 
from two town meetings, the most important of which was a Special Town Meeting on 
June 19, 1984. By a vote of 346 to 44 the Special Town Meeting approved the con- 
sulting engineer's recommendation for waste water treatment and also rescinded all 
previous funding authorizations in connection with the former Metcalf and Eddy Plan. 

As a consequence of the June 19 Town Meeting vote, the Sewer Commission 
submitted a grant application for the Ward Engineering plan on July 18, 1984. On 
August 2, 1984 the Department of Water Pollution Control ("DWPC") rejected 
Cohasset's application. On August 17, 1984, the Sewer Commission appealed di- 
rectly to Region One EPA. An informal meeting concerning Cohasset's appeal was 
sponsored and chaired by Region One EPA on 1 1/21/84. As of this writing, the out- 
come of Cohasset's appeal is not known, but the Commissioners continue unani- 
mously optimistic that Cohasset's position will prevail. 

It should be noted that, in spite of rejection by the DWPC, the following important 
governmental bodies did approve the Cohasset plan: 

1) Metropolitan Area Planning Council 

2) Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Unit 

3) Executive Office of Communities and Development 
(a clearing house for fifty State Government entities). 

In the course of 1984, the Commission continued its efforts to improve the opera- 
tion of the Elm Street Plant. The records for the year indicate improvement in effluent 
quality. The Plant operation over the last two years substantiates the engineer's find- 
ing that the Plant can be brought into compliance with its NPDES permit at very 
modest expense. The Commission considers this the prime alternative if the present 
Town-approved plan is not implemented. 

In the course of the year, both of the aeration units were refurbished, and addi- 
tional television line survey work was carried out on Margin Street, Stockbridge 
Street and Atlantic Avenue. Line repairs were made in these areas as necessary. 

The Sewer Commission looks forward to 1985 with optimism and the expectation 
that funding approval will be received and that design of a satisfactory alternative 
waste water treatment and disposal project will commence prior to year end. 

In closing, the Commissioners wish especially to thank those citizens who have 
made our success possible by giving their time and support in elections and town 
meetings. Most particularly, we wish to thank the Citizens Sewer Advisory Committee 
which worked uncounted hours contributing to the preparation and reviewing with 
meticulous care, of the Engineer's Report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Charles DeSantis 

Chairman 



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Report of the Citizens Sewer Advisory Committee 

The Citizens Sewer Advisory Committee was appointed during October, 1983, by 
the Sewer Commission to serve as a guide to the Board of Sewer Commissioners and 
its engineers, Ward Engineering Associates. The Committee's membership 
represents a variety of neighborhoods, experiences, opinions, and official town 
boards. The Environmental Protection Agency of the Federal government recom- 
mends a vigorous public participation process during the formation of a wastewater 
management facilities plan, and this committee has sought to exercise independent 
judgement of a critical input to the plans put forward by both the Board of Sewer 
Commissioners and Ward Engineering. 

Between November, 1983 and June, 1984, the Committee met more than a 
dozen times and participated in two public hearings and a Special Town Meeting. The 
committee has been inactive since June while the Sewer Commissioners and Ward 
Engineering have been seeking to implement the vote of Special Town Meeting 
through various agency and court processes. The committee will be reactivated as 
soon as the town receives a 'go-ahead' from the various state and federal agencies, 
through the grant process, to proceed with the Ward Plan. 

Citizens interested in reading a full report of our activities, our summary of the 
Ward Plan, our conclusions, and recommendations may request a copy of our report 
dated May 24, 1984, from the Sewer Department. This report is included in the 
Wastewater Facilities Plan submitted to the DEQE and the EPA. 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman 
(resigned June, 1984) 



May 24, 1984 
Cotiasset, IVIA 

REPORT OF THE CITIZEN'S SEWER ADVISORY COMMITTEE 

Background and Purpose 

The Citizens Sewer Advisory Committee was appointed by the Board of Sewer 
Commissioners during October, 1983. We were chosen because we represent a 
variety of neighborhoods, opinions, and experience. Some of us are liaisons with 
other town boards and commissions. We began meeting in November, 1983, and 
have held a total of 13 meetings, in addition to participating in the December 12 and 
February 16 public hearings. The minutes of our meetings, so capably prepared by 
our secretary Muriel Silvia, with recent help from Jean Cotton, are available for 
reading in the Bates Building at 43 Elm St. Correspondence to and from our commit- 
tee is on file as well. During the course of our work, we met seven times with one or 
both of the Town's consultants from Ward Engineering. At least one member of the 
Board of Sewer Commissioners was present at most of our meetings. Members of the 
general public were always in attendance, either as members of invited groups or out 
of personal interest. The press provided intermittent coverage. All our meetings were 
posted, and almost all were announced in the local daily newspaper. 

The purpose of the Citizens Sewer Advisory Committee is to serve as a guide to 
the Board of Sewer Commissioners and its engineers, Ward Engineering Associates, 
to ensure that the wastewater treatment and disposal plan which is evolved by Ward 
Engineering will meet the needs of the town and be acceptable to the residents. Our 

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charge was limited to providing input for the Ward study and an evaluation of that 
study. The Federal Clean Waters Act (1972 and amendments), under the jurisdiction 
of the Environmental Protection Agency, recommends a vigorous public participation 
process during the formation of a wastewater management facilities plan, and it has 
been in that spirit that we have all been working for the past six months. 

Ward Engineering Associates, under the guidance of the Sewer Commission, has 
been commissioned by the Town (Town Meeting votes in 1982 and 1983) to attempt 
to find an alternative, less costly approach to Cohasset's wastewater treatment prob- 
lems than the solution proposed by the Town's previous consultants from the 
engineering firm of Metcalf and Eddy. The Citizen's Sewer Advisory Committee early 
on decided that any alternative proposal would have to satisfy us on three accounts: 
primarily it would have to meet the public health needs of the town; it would also have 
to be cost-effective; and finally it would have to solve our legal problems with the state 
as spelled out in the 1982 Agreement for Judgement. 

The Ward Plan 

Briefly, the following topics have been studied by Ward Engineering and are writ- 
ten up in detail in the "Public Review Draft, Supplemental Wastewater Management 
Facilities Plan." (Copies of this plan are available for public review in the Paul Pratt 
Library, in the Bates Building, and with any member of the Citizen's Committee and 
Sewer Commission.) Topics include: public health factors such as effluent limitations 
to surface and ground waters; environmental factors; town government and 
demographic data; existing wastewater treatment systems; projections for town 
development and environmental impacts; explanations of some alternative 
wastewater disposal systems; and an evaluation of these alternatives for Cohasset. 

Ward Engineering developed the following options for preliminary consideration. 
All options are, in their judgement, feasible considering engineering factors only. 

1. Repair and upgrade the existing plant to eliminate our discharge viola- 
tion; no outfall 

2. As (1), but with an outfall 

3. Expand the capacity of the existing plant, enlarge the boundaries of 
the sewer service area; no outfall 

4. As (3), but with an outfall 

5. Construct a new facility in Cohasset to service the current and an ex- 
panded sewer service area, with an outfall 

6. Connect current and expanded sewer service area to the Hull system 

7. All options, 1-6, include on-site repair and rehabilitation work in all 
areas of town 

The conclusions and recommendations of Ward Engineering are to convert the 
current small wastewater treatment plant to a pumping station and connect to the 
Hull sewerage system. An enlarged central collection area would add some 372 
systems to sewer service. Approximately 337 other sites will be repaired or 
rehabilitated on-site. The approximately 1300 remaining systems (outside the sewer 
service area and not in need of repair) will presumably continue to function on-site in 
a safe and healthful fashion. Maintenance and funding for any future repairs for on- 
site septic systems (both those repaired under the program and all others) would be 
the responsibility of property owners and taxpayers, under the jurisdiction primarily 
of the Board of Health. An intermunicipal agreement between the towns of Cohasset 
and Hull would ensure the acceptance of our wastewater (and our septage), up to a 
300,000 gallon per day maximum, for a period of twenty years or longer. 



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Conclusions 

During the course of our 13 meetings, the Citizens Committee met with groups of 
citizens having particular concerns about the options under study. A group of 
residents of the Jacobs Meadow area (wherein lies the current plant) are opposed to 
any expansion of our treatment facility. A group of lobstermen are opposed to con- 
tinued discharge of treated effluent into Cohasset Harbor. A number of businessmen 
are concerned about the lack of sewer service for the Rt. 3A business area. Operators 
of large wastewater treatment plants spoke to us about the economies of scale in- 
volved in the operation of their plants and the viability of intermunicipal agreements. 
One of these is the chief operator of the Hull treatment facility. Bill Baird, Vice Chair- 
man of our committee, did extensive research into the condition of Cohasset Harbor 
during various weather and seasonal conditions. A subcommittee developed a work- 
ing paper on the factors to be considered during any consideration of any inter- 
municipal agreement with Hull. 

Reflection on the opinions of the people with whom we spoke, in addition to our 
own understanding of the needs of the town, have led our committee to agree in 
substance with the recommendations of Ward Engineering. It is worth noting that in 
several areas, the Ward Plan incorporates our suggestions over those of the Sewer 
Commission. We recommended a larger sewer service area than that originally en- 
dorsed by the Commission. We also encouraged the adoption of a 300,000 gallon per 
day agreement with Hull, rather than a smaller amount originally envisioned by the 
Sewer Commission. The larger amount allows for growth and development beyond 
the 20-year planning period. The Board of Health will be directly involved in all on- 
site repair and maintenance work, as is their responsibility under Title 5 of the 
Massachusetts Rules and Regulations for the Disposal of Sanitary Sewage. 

By addressing the sewage disposal needs of the entire town, either through add- 
ing connections to public sewerage collection or by repairing and maintaining all on- 
site systems, the Ward Plan addresses our committee's primary concern of enhancing 
the public health of the Town. The drinking water supply (Lily Pond) Is protected by 
extending sewer service to the entire Bear Hill area. 

The Committee's requirement that the plan be financially responsible is ad- 
dressed by using cost-effectiveness as the main criterion for determining the boun- 
daries of the expanded service area. On-site repairs are needed throughout the Town 
and their individual costs are site-specific. However, it is possible to compare the 
costs of repairing systems in need in various neighborhoods with providing sewer 
service to the entire neighborhood. The Ward proposal is based on their professional 
opinion that any system is repairable on-site, if money is not a factor. The Ward 
recommendation to connect to Hull is also based on cost-effectiveness and their 
understanding of the amounts of grant money for which their various alternatives 
would be eligible. Whether or not an outfall would be required if repair or expansion 
of the Elm Street plant were chosen is a major unknown and would greatly effect the 
cost to the Town of this option. 

Other factors which affect cost-effectiveness include the following. "Buy-in" to 
the Hull plant to guarantee treatment of 300,000 gallons per day (approximately 10% 
of their design capacity) is less costly than expanding our current plant or constructing 
a new plant for that same capacity, assuming we would be required to have an outfall. 
Not having to construct a new facility would also save time and simplify environmental 
impact questions. Operation and maintenance costs per gallon decrease as design 
capacity and flow increase. Ward recommends effluent sewers which are less expen- 
sive for already developed areas than conventional, solids carrying sewers. 



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The legal questions are the most complicated, because the answers depend on 
actions yet to be taken by Cohasset Special Town Meeting, our Board of Selectmen, 
government bodies in Hull, and various state and federal agencies. It appears to our 
committee that the compelling argument on this question is that the state has en- 
couraged Cohasset to pursue the 'Hull connection' (see letter dated May 10, 1984, 
from the DEQE, Division of Water Pollution Control, Thomas McMahon, Director). We 
have also been told that any intermunicipal agreement between Cohasset and Hull 
will be co-signed by agents of the state and federal governments and the state courts. 
This procedure would almost assuredly guarantee the sanctity of the contract, and 
thus our rights and needs for the indefinite future. 

Final Remarks 

A further, more general concern of our committee has been that the Ward plan 
offer a solution which is widely endorsed and seen as fair to all residents and tax- 
payers. We feel that Ward Engineering Associates has chosen the mix of solutions 
which is most helpful to the most people and least likely to be devisive. All property 
owners are served. The Town of Hull will have the responsibility for maintaining this 
large treatment facility and meeting all state requirements for proper and healthful 
service. The implementation period is relatively short (two years or less for on-site 
work) which will help many people who are currently experiencing septic system 
problems. 

Recognizing that any plan has shortcomings as well as advantages and that the 
Ward program may not be accepted, the Town needs also to realize that it is im- 
perative that Cohasset accept responsibility for providing some adequate wastewater 
management plan for its property owners and taxpayers. Consideration of other alter- 
natives studied by Ward, as well as previous plans and as yet unformulated plans 
would be necessary but would take time. Grant program eligibility depends on a 
speedy decision to set our course. We must make a decision and appropriate funds 
and sign agreements for design and construction so that we can proceed on our 
course witfiout furttier delay. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Chartis B. Langmaid, Chairman; William Baird, Vice-Chairman; Muriel Silvia, 
Secretary; Richard Avery, Stephen Bartow, C. Michael Bliss, M.D., Patricia Buckley, 
Arthur Clark, Jean Cotton, Jacqueline Dormitzer, Gait Grant, Herbert Jason, Fred 
Johansen, Barbara Kern, Mary Jane McArthur, Henry Rattenbury, Rita Strong, Diane 
Sullivan, Gary Vanderweil 

Note: A few members disagree witli different parts of tfie committee's conclusions, 
alttiough all members endorse all or most of our report. 



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Report of the Social Service League 
Board of Health Nursing Services 

The Social Service League under contract with the Board of Health offers public 
health nursing services to the Town residents. These services include family health, 
disease control and health promotion. The League office at 16 Highland Avenue is 
open for blood pressure screening, urine testing, T.B. testing and general health con- 
sultation, Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m., and 12:30 to 1:30 
p.m. 

The blood pressure Keep-Well Clinics were held at the monthly meetings of the 
60+ Club and on a regular monthly schedule at 60 Elm Street for its residents. Addi- 
tional clinics available were: hearing clinics, diabetes instruction classes, tetanus 
clinic, and two Flu Clinics and a hypertension screening clinic in February. 

We will continue to work cooperatively with the Board of Health Agent, Joseph 
Godzik, and the members of the Cohasset Board of Health. 

We are grateful to the many volunteers for their continued service and assistance 
to the. Social Service League. 



1984 




Sessions 


Visits/Tests 


Flu Immunization Clinics 


2 


268 


Keep-Well Clinics 




19 


415 


Hypertension Screen! 


ing 


on going program 




TB Testing 




on going program 




Disease Control 




on going program 


home visits 333 


Health Promotion 




on going program 


office visits 463 
Total Visits.. .796 


Diabetes Instruction 




4 


12 


Tetanus Clinic 




1 




Hearing Clinics 




5 


39 



Mary Anne Hansen 

Public Health Nurse 



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Report of the Board of Water Commissioners 

In 1984, the Water Department completed work on several Distribution System 
Rehabilitation Projects assisted by grant funding from the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts. 

This included 5,500 feet of new 8-inch line on Atlantic Avenue, 3,800 feet of new 
10-inch line on Border Street and 2,400 feet of new 8-inch line on Joy Place to Gam- 
mons Road. 4,500 feet of existing line on Jerusalem Road was cleaned and relined. In 
all cases, the water mains in question were installed in 1886. These were part of the 
older portions of our system and extremely problem ridden. We estimate that these 
repairs have saved approximately 50,000 to 100,000 gallons a day of production 
previously lost to leakage. Total production in 1984 was 219,971,700 gallons. 

Including the aforementioned grants, the total amount of funds the Water Depart- 
ment will have received or scheduled to receive over the life of our bonds will be in ex- 
cess of $900,000. 

Environmental issues came more into focus in 1984, in an effort to alleviate any 
potential hazards in the years ahead. A Watershed Protection Advisory Committee 
was formed to address all possible measures insuring protection of our drinking 
water supply. An engineering consultant has been retained by the Water Commission 
to assist in developing those protective recommendations for adoption by the Town. 

The Department's Laboratory, volunteered in conjunction with the Com- 
monwealth of Massachusetts and the University of Massachusetts, to conduct Acid 
Rain Monitoring and Research. We analyzed regional samples and forwarded the 
resulting data to be included in a statewide study. For our efforts, we were cited by 
the Governor for excellence and awarded certificates from the State and the Univer- 
sity of Massachusetts. 

In summary, year-end department statistics include: 

491 job orders processed (repairs) 

11 new hydrants installed 

13 hydrants replaced 

1,300 feet of new main added to the system 

16,200 feet of system replaced or re-lined 

38 new service installations 

The Board of Water Commissioners would like to extend their appreciation to 
Superintendent Benjamin Curley and the men and women of the Water Department 
for their tireless efforts and dedication to the community. We would like to thank all 
other departments in Town for their assistance throughout 1984 and extend our 
special gratitude to Highway Surveyor, Harold Litchfield, for his cooperation of men 
and equipment during our rehabilitation projects and system repairs. 

Lot E. Bates, Chairman 
Board of Water Commissioners 

William Montuori 
Peter Pratt 



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Watershed Protection Area Committee 

The Watershed Protection Area Committee was formed in September, 1984 to 
oversee the engineering study, and develop the protection strategy for Cohassefs 
water supplies. 

In 1984 the Committee interviewed and evaluated proposals from five engineer- 
ing consultants and made its recommendations to the Selectmen and Water Commis- 
sioners. In September, the contract was awarded to Camp Dresser & McKee of 
Boston. As I write (January, 1985), the Committee has just completed its review of the 
formal contract. 

The watershed protection plan developed for Cohasset will probably consist of a 
zoning Bylaw which will have to be adopted at a town meeting. Due to the late start, 
this Bylaw will not be ready for the April Town Meeting, but it is expected to be com- 
pleted and ready for action in the late spring (June, 1985). 

Respectfully submitted, 

Jeffrie Bettinger, Chairman; Tom Cook, Vice Ctiairman; John Hubbard, C/er/c; Dan 
Cotton, Barbara Kern, Bob Maki, Mary Jane McArthur, Peter Pratt 



Office of Wire Department 

I herewith submit the Annual Report of the Wire Department for the year ending 
December 31, 1984. 

FIRE AND TRAFFIC SIGNALS 

Some twenty-five hundred feet of new alarm wire was installed in 1984 to 
replace damaged wire and to supply fire alarm service to four new master fire boxes 
installed. All fire alarm boxes were tested for proper operation. Traffic lights were 
kept in good working condition and painted. 

WIRE INSPECTIONS 

All electrical work performed by contractors was inspected by the Wire Depart- 
ment and permit fees were recorded and turned into the Town Treasurer. In 1984 in- 
spections were up nearly thirty percent due to new construction and remodeling. 

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS TO TOWN BUILDINGS 

All electrical work and repairs to Town-owned buildings and properties were 
handled by the Wire Department. I wish to thank all Department Heads for their 
cooperation with the Wire Department, and a big thanks to ail the men who worked 
with me this past year. 

Respectfully submitted, 

Stephen F. Wigmore 

Superintendent of Wires 



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Report of the Treasurer-Collector 

Fiscal 1984 has been a year filled with changes. Our new computer became 
operationalJuly 1, 1983. This changed many of the daily functions in our office from a 
manual to a computerized operation. 

On October 1, 1984, Gordon Flint, former Treasurer-Collector, retired after 33 
years of dedicated service to the Town of Cohasset. I was appointed to fill the position 
until the election in April 1985. 

We are starting to set priorities for the future. Our first goal has been realized 
with the approved renovations to the Treasurer-Collector's Office which should be 
completed by mid-February. This will mean that instead of being set up as two 
separate offices we will share a two-office suite and our staff of four will function as 
one unit. We hope that this change will improve the efficiency of our office and in turn 
will provide better service to our taxpayers. 

Because we share the concern outlined in the annual audit as well as concern 
voiced by many townspeople, our next goal will be to reduce the amount of back taxes 
owed the Town, which have accumulated over the past several years. 

I would like to express my appreciation to my staff and the other Town Hall 
employees who have been both encouraging and helpful to me as I've moved from the 
position of Assistant Treasurer and assumed the added responsibility of Treasurer- 
Collector. We appreciate your understanding during this transitional period and hope 
you share our enthusiasm for the future. 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 

Treasurer-Collector 



REPORT OF THE COLLECTOR 
July 1, 1983 through June 30. 1984 

Total Committment of Warrants from the Board of Assessors— 1984 

1974-1983 Motor Vehicle, Re-commitments $ 3,276.10 

1980 Boat Excise, Re-commitment 20.00 

1982 Motor Vehicle Commitments 1,179.45 

1983 Motor Vehicle Commitments 56,392.65 

1984 Motor Vehicle Commitments 265,707.18 
1984 Boat Excise Commitment 6,349.00 
1984 Personal Property Commitment 110,363.11 
1984 Real Estate Commitment 6,043,895.28 
1984 Sewer Betterment, Added to Taxes 2,1 19.01 
1984 Committed Interest, Added To Taxes 1,045.59 
1984 Sewer Connections, Added to Taxes 80.00 
1984 Sewer Connection Interest, Added to Taxes 38.75 

$6,490,466.12 

Total Commitment of Warrants from the Harbor Master 16,600.00 

Total Commitmentof Warrants from the Water Department 498,560.49 

Total Commitmentof Warrants from the Sewer Department 30,391.08 



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Total Abatement Certificates from Board of Assessors— Fiscal 1984 




Levy of 1981 




Boat Excise 


55.00 


Motor Vehicle 


4,763.74 


Real Estate 


2,391.48 


Levy of 1982 




Boat Excise 


174.85 


Motor Vehicle 


4,060.24 


Real Estate 


739.13 


Levy of 1983 




Boat Excise 


1,348.52 


Motor Vehicle 


6,254.68 


Personal Property 


271.95 


Real Estate 


2,983.13 


Levy of 1984 




Boat Excise 


424.72 


Motor Vehicle 


10,830.58 


Personal Property 


596.42 


Real Estate 


67,916.58 




$102,811.02 


Total Abatements from the Harbor Master 




Fiscal 1983 


527.00 


Fiscal 1984 


200.00 


Total Abatements from the Water and Sewer Departments— Fiscal 1984 


Water 


2,184.76 


Sewer 


12.28 


Interest 


155.11 



Unpaid Taxes & Charges 6/30/84 

1984 Personal Property 

1982 Real Estate 

1983 Real Estate 

1984 Real Estate 

1 98 1 - 1 984 Motor Veh icie Excise 
Boat Excise Taxes 



Departmental: 

Ambulance Services 
Mooring Fees 
Rentals & Miscellaneous 
Lien, Demolition of BIdg. 
Veterans' Assistance 
Town Hall 



4,397.69 
7,416.85 

64,867.67 
392,340.31 

84,873.04 
1.684.00 



555,579.56 


27,360.60 


2,199.00 


1,635.10 


500.00 


3,741.50 


300.00 


35,736.20 



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Water Department: 
Water Meters 
Water Interest 
Water Miscellaneous 



Sewer Department: 
Sewer Use Charges 

Sewer Betterment added to Taxes, Fiscal 1983 
Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1983 
Sewer Betterment Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1984 
Committed Interest Added to Taxes, Fiscal 1984 



82,807.54 
9,127.99 
1.796.17 



93,731.70 


7,140.70 


23.75 


13.06 


110.75 


56.13 


7,344.39 



Respectfully submitted, 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 

Treasurer-Collector 



REPORT OF THE TOWN TREASURER 
July 1, 1983 through June 30, 1984 



BALANCE IN TREASURY JULY 1, 1983 
Received from Collector of Taxes 
Received from Town Collector 
Received from Other Sources 

TOTAL RECEIPTS FOR FISCAL 1984 

PAID: Selectmen's Warrants Nos. 76-80 

Nos. 1-53 

BALANCE IN TREASURY JUNE 30, 1984 



6,941,086.63 

66,223.64 

12,640,240.43 



649,785.65 



+ 19,647,550.70 

-18,919,535.74 
1.377.800.61 





DEPOSITORIES 




Lincoln Trust Company 


155,368.87 




Rockland Trust Company 


492.90 




Boston Safe Deposit 


284,669.71 




Harbor (Patriot N/A) 


23,103.82 




First National Bank of Boston 


27,893.34 




South Shore Bank (Fed. Rev.) 


776.71 




South Shore Bank 


286.92 




Plymouth Home National Bank 


836.97 




State Street Trust 


883,206.58 




United States Trust 


334.06 




Lincoln Trust Co. (Pkg. Viol) 


440.48 




Norfolk County Trust (BayBank) 


290.25 




Cash in Drawer 


100.00 


1,377,800.61 



Respectf u I ly su bm itted , 

Elizabeth B. Ripley 
Treasurer-Collector 



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SALARIES AND WAGES PAID CALENDAR YEAR 1984 

(Includes School and Town Employees) 





Gross 


Bennock, Mary E. 


11.27 


WATER DEPARTMENT 




Buckley, Eileen 


185.15 


Andrews, Jr., Albert L. 


20,261.02 


Clark, Eunice E. 


20.93 


Butman, Kenneth B. 


18,531.92 


Daunt, Alice 


326.00 


Curley, Jr., Benjamin 


28,736.94 


Davis, Mary 


801.60 


Curley, James 


311.93 


England, Kathleen 


96.60 


Hamilton, Frank 


17,643.01 


Fiori, Mary A. 


260.82 


Litchfield, John 


1,944.19 


Grassie, Mary N. 


352.46 


Maree, Elizabeth J. 


13,769.10 


Healy, Thomas 


57.96 


McAullffe, William D. 


23,336.96 


Hernan, Margaret 


302.68 


McAuliffe, Jr., Wm. 


362.65 


Howe, Fred 


14.49 


McGinn, Martin P. 


8,042.67 


Jones, Constance 


321.93 


Muncey, Francis 


1,620.00 


Jones, Thomas 


119.80 


Parsloe, Denise J. 


15,105.20 


Laugelle, Jr., Peter G. 


18.00 


Protulis, Robert F. 


69.14 


Leonard, Ann 


106.26 


Sestito, Anthony 


36.77 


Lincoln, Katherine M. 


136.85 


Sestito, Carl 


16,278.16 


Lehr, Jr., Arthur L. 


57.96 


Wheeler, Ann 


3,576.24 


Leiand, Charlotte 


54.74 


Total 


169,625.90 


Leonard, Ann 


57.96 






Litchfield, John 


27.00 


SELECTMEN 




Litchfield, Pauline 


307.83 


Anderson, Nancy 


829.15 


MacLure, Janet 


159.39 


Bailey, Marion E. 


27.72 


Marks, Charles 


212.14 


Chaike, Janet M. 


15,209.99 


Marks, Frances 


871.94 


Crossen, Alba M. 


864.00 


Marlette, George 


112.70 


Cunningham, Sally 


1,116.00 


Mersch, Alice 


38.64 


Devito, Bonnie L. 


1,214.99 


Mulcahy, Bernard 


362.98 


Kelley, Florence 


5,396.48 


Pape, Maria R. 


214.13 


Lanza, Mark J. 


15,560.95 


Pape, Robert S. 


388.79 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


181.00 


Pape, Robin E. 


9.66 


Meallo, Albert 


1,149.00 


Patrolia, Ellen 


878.85 


Murray, Sandra J. 


5,536.63 


Pattison, Robert 


32.67 


Ramsay, Marguerite B. 


249.78 


Pearce, Betty L. 


215.74 


Ross, Anita G. 


22.50 


Pratt, Burtram J. 


326.00 


Ross, Anita 


720.00 


Rosano, Janice 


336.50 


Total 


48,078.19 


Ross, Anita 


278.40 






Salvador, Jean M. 


240.17 


SELECTMEN/MONTHLY 




Sargent, Kenneth 


465.06 


Curley, James 


100.00 


Soule, Kevin 


51.98 


Debassio, John A. 


916.67 


Stoughton, Margaret 


133.63 


England, Frank W. 


916.67 


Suhrbier, Roberta 


54.74 


Johansen, Frederick 


200.00 


Thurston, Richard 


34.65 


Laugelle, Rocco 


916.67 


Tuckerman, Grace 


267.26 


McArthur, Mary Jane 


946.38 


Volungis, Judith 


96.60 


Mitman, Clifford 


1,141.68 


Walsh, Patricia 


20.93 


Weeks, William 


125.00 


Williams, Barbara 


310.73 


Yocum, Richard 


2,250.04 


Young, Wallace 


127.02 


Total 


7,513.11 


Total 


10,182.81 


ELECTIONS 




ACCOUNTANT 




Ainslie, Geraldine 


67.62 


Barbuto, Mary Ann 


3,200.40 


Baccari, Dominic M. 


121.29 


Conte, Kathleen M. 


12,402.60 


Bjorkgren, Dorothea 


114.31 







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Marsh, Jane L. 


8,952.96 


Ainslie, Jr., Lawrence(4,498.39) 28,337.63 


Signorelli, William 


32,282.34 


Allegra, Frank 


(116.00) 116.00 


Total 


56,838.30 


Arkell, Howard 


(1,261.50) 1,261.50 


Barrow, Richard P. 


(1,937.00) 30,444.87 


ASSESSORS 




Buckley, Gerard 


(319.00) 319.00 


Graham, Dorothy V. 


13,374.00 


Cadigan, Paul 


(217.50) 217.50 


Jones, Constance 


3,822.08 


Cadigan, Thomas 


(891.75) 891.75 


Ross, Anita L. 


3,296.87 


Card, Allen Bradford (148.63) 148.63 


Total 


20,492.95 


Carlson, Steve(41 3.26) (41 3.26) 41 3.26 






Cogill, Brian 


(9,876.39) 35,210.50 


ASSESSORS/MONTHLY 




Cogill, David C. 


(3,934.38) 24,738.73 


Patrolia, Michael C. 


1,100.00 


Conte, Carmelo 


(5,867.37) 29,147.58 


Pratt, Warren S. 


1,100.00 


Conte, John C. 


(4,509.51) 29,413.48 


Wilkin, Brian R. 


1,191.67 


Corcoran, Richard 


(949.75) 949.75 


Total 


3,391.67 


Debuccia, David 


(58.00) 58.00 


TREASURER-COLLECTOR 




Durant, Kenneth B. 


(551.00) 551.00 


Bailey, Marion E. 


113.40 


Grassie, Frederick 


(6,018.52) 30,337.55 


Flint, Gordon E. 


18,397.72 


Healy, Maureen 


(1,609.50) 23,457.21 


Hahn, Sandra L. 


1,225.62 


Healey, Paul 


(464.00) 464.00 


Jones, Constance 


26.25 


Healy, Robert E. 


551.39 


Lincoln, Sally A. 


5,532.17 


Ingrassia, John 


(804.75) 804.75 


Ripley, Elizabeth 


15,210.86 


Jackson, Robert W. 


(3,953.13) 31,646.21 


Ross, Anita L. 


20.41 


Jones, Clifton B. 


(4,949.88) 29,694.06 


Snowdale, Nancy 


12,973.86 


Kealey, Joseph M. 


31,854.35 






Kelley, Jack 


(58.00) 58.00 


Total 


53,500.29 


Laugelle, Paul J. 


(116.00) 22,146.36 


TOWN CLERK 




Leavitt, Mary 


15.99 


Anderson, Nancy 


110.40 


Lee, Arnold 


(58.00) 58.00 


Davis, Mary 


1,629.12 


Lewald, George 


(116.00) 116.00 


Jones, Constance 


5,726.98 


Linscott, Joseph 


(286.38) 286.38 


Marks, Charles 


897.71 


Lynch, John 


(137.75) 137.75 


Marks, Frances L. 


14,820.93 


Mansfield, Michael 


(148.63) 148.63 






Mansfield, Robert 


(377.00) 377.00 


Total 


23,185.14 


Mayer, Joseph 


(123.25) 123.25 


ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS 


McDevitt, Edward 


(116.00) 116.00 


Davis, Mary 


364.00 


Monteiro, Leonard 


(58.00) 58.00 


Oteri, Carol 


808.99 


Murphy, Paul 


(456.75) 456.75 


Total 


1,172.99 


Murray, Michael 


119.00 






Noonan, Brian W. 


(3,400.25) 27,951.65 


PLANNING BOARD 




Norkaitis, John 


(116.00) 116.00 


Marsh, Jane L. 


50.96 


Orcutt, John 


(4,215.86) 4,215.86 


Walsh, Patricia A. 


2,026.26 


Perino, Michael 


(116.00) 116.00 


Total 


2,077.22 


Pomarico, David J. 


(6,967.25) 32,589.28 


TOWN HALL 




Powers, Gary 


(101.50) 101.50 




Powers, Mitchell 


(942.50) 942.50 


Litchfield, Pauline 


3,919.04 


Rhodes, III, John J. 


(6,515.00) 32,708.78 


Murray, Michael 


324.45 


Sargent, Patricia 


143.91 


Pattison, Robert 


1,393.22 


Scott, Peter 


(217.50) 217.50 


Sargent, Edgar S. 


255.00 


Small, John 


(601.75) 12,647.72 


Sargent, Kenneth 


7,130.48 


Souther, Charles 


1232.00) 232.00 


Sargent, Kevin 


38.25 


Taylor, Jr., James F. (3,200.87) 3,200.87 


Total 


13,060.44 


Yannizzi, Francis 


(116.00) 116.00 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 




Yocum, Richard 


(3,828.00) 28,991.70 



( ) = Off Duty Pay included in Gross Pay 
Abbadessa, Richard B.(58.00) 22,462.71 



Total 



(86,029.45) 521,999.79 



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FIRE DEPARTMENT 




Igo, Gregory P. 


711.00 


Barrow, Edward 


22,267.67 


Igo, Paul 


476.00 


Bilodeau, Paul T. 


23,347.42 


Laugelle, Peter G. 


21,320.00 


Boswell, III, John T. 


(100.00) 22,196.71 


Marsh, Herbert 


263.25 


Conley, Richard M. 


(164.31) 23,199.37 


Marsh, Herbert B. 


3,729.25 


Corbo, Edward M. 


20,669.33 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


16,686.80 


Davis, Linwood L. 


(50.00) 24,791.02 


Noonan, Robert 


782.00 


Dooley, Martin W. 


30,707.15 


Patrolia, David 


578.00 


Finegan, Thomas P. 


(99.02) 21,015.45 


Pereira, Anthony 


36.00 


Fiori, James E. 


21,473.47 


Ripley, Robert S. 


2,994.25 


Gurry, James L. 


27,450.25 


Sestito, Anthony 


36.77 


Hernan, Thomas G. 


1,319.72 


Spinzola, Charles D. 


425.00 


Lincoln, Roger W. 


(337.39) 28,107.11 


Total 


64,272.28 


Litchfield, W. T. 


(350.00) 25,039.60 






Marr, Matthew B. 


21,458.64 


HARBOR DEPARTMENT 




McGaffigan, Paul F. 


(249.04) 23,428.36 


Brown, Jeffrey 


3,373.00 


Pompeo, Jr., Arthur M. 18,986.24 


Curran, Daniel W. 


1,044.00 


Protulis, Robert F. 


21,371.65 


Dickson, Clifford J. 


34.00 


Protulis, William J. 


(49.52)23,112.56 


Glasfeld, Michael 


826.00 


Runey, James P. 


20,419.56 


Herzog, Scott 


68.00 


Rosano, Randall W. 


(49.52) 24,268.69 


Lahive, Mark 


17.00 


Silvia, Robert D. 


(50.00) 22,312.31 


Marks, Jr., David R. 


34.00 


Struzik, Edward J. 


(100.00) 24,665.79 


Oliver, William 


510.00 


Sullivan, John M. 


5,602.23 


Patrolia, David 


68.00 


Trask, Mark H. 


(54.77) 28,286.84 


Patterson, Gerald 


76.50 


Trask, Peter A. 


(146.08) 21,618.88 


Ritter, Harry H. 


19,597.94 


Wenzlow, Eric 


(150.38) 20,346.56 


Scott, Adam 


1,116.00 






Williams, Dean 


214.00 


Total ($1,950.03) 567,462.58 










Total 


26,978.44 


CALL FIRE DEPARTMENT 






Ainslie, Donald 


87.72 


BUILDING INSPECTOR 




Andrews, Jr., Albert L. 726.80 


Dennis, Katherine 


55.25 


Brooke, William E. 


363.41 


Dennis, Robert K. 


6,865.48 


Caloric, Thomas 


12.53 


Murray, Sandra J. 


5,591.81 


Curley, James F. 


513.79 


Poskus, Edward A. J. 


14,912.16 


Dickson, Clifford J. 


1,215.49 


Total 


27,424.70 


Hernan, Thomas G. 


125.31 






Jones, Michael 


338.35 


WEIGHTS & MEASURES- 


Monthly 


Marks, Jr., David R. 


588.95 


Bates, Lot E. 


458.34 


Maynard, Hermon J. 


438.60 


Total 


458.34 


Maynard, Steven L. 


714.30 


WIRE DEPARTMENT 




McArthur, William H. 


726.83 


Gallo, Richard 


20,893.60 


McNeill, John M. 


563.89 


Noonan, Robert 


2,789.75 


Migliaccio, Joseph A 


676.70 


Wigmore, Stephen 


23,286.90 


Parsloe, Denise J. 


451.13 


Wigmore, Thomas 


1,075.00 


Pratt, Bruce W. 


538.85 






Protulis, Robert F. 


137.85 


Total 


48,045.25 


Salvador, Bernard J. 


87.72 


HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 




Salvador, Manual E. 


588.98 


Cenedella, George 


72.00 


Silvia, Harry M. 


300.78 


Cogill, Brian F. 


13,666.21 


Silvia, Steve 


325.82 


Cogill, Jerry 


180.29 


Soule, Kevin W. 


476.20 


Curley, James 


18,400.33 


Total 


10,000.00 


Gunville, Mark 


1,332.00 






Hernan, Thomas G. 


12,248.72 


TREE & PARK DEPARTMENT 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


214.11 


Cogill, Jerry 


16,233.96 







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Litchfield, Harold W. 


22,446.56 


Litchfield, John E. 


984.73 


Litchfield, Peggy 


2,896.00 


Mahoney, Jr., Francis 


760.75 


Mortenson, Robert P. 


318.15 


Noonan, Robert 


3,083.38 


Sestito, Anthony C. 


22,050.73 


Sestito, Carl A. 


1,292.36 


Sestito, Dale 


18,486.13 


Sestito, William 


59.50 


Wigmore, Thomas 


404.81 


Williams, Dean 


25.50 


Total 


118,922.26 


DISPOSAL AREA 




Barnes, John T. 


15,558.72 


Gardner, Russell 


180.00 


Jones, Ashley F. 


770.00 


Laugelle, Joseph S. 


17,692.08 


Sestito, Anthony 


40.23 


Thayer, Kenneth E. 


36.00 


Williams, Dean 


476.00 


Total 


34,753.03 


SEWER DEPARTMENT 




Lewis, Jr., Augustus W. 


14,977.29 


Murray, Michael 


3,192.60 


Oteri, Carol 


2,684.73 


Ross, William G. 


1,546.05 


Salvador, Dana 


34.00 


Salvador, Manuel E. 


24,372.88 


Silvia, Harry 


102.00 


Walsh, Patricia 


4,992.65 


Total 


51,902.20 


CONSERVATION COMMITTEE 


Walsh, Patricia 


280.96 


Total 


280.96 


BOARD OF HEALTH 




Anderson, Nancy 


594.03 


Eliopoulos, Elaine 


13,507.98 


Godzik, Joseph R. 


9,064.52 


Kelley, Florence 


61.88 


Leighton, Luther S. 


5,880.93 


Oteri, Carol 


8,025.57 


Walsh, Patricia 


93.00 


Total 


37,227.91 


VETERANS DEPARTMENT- 


-Monthly 


Keating, T. Gerard 


1,466.67 


Total 


1,466.67 


CEMETERY 




Cogill, Jerry 


45.00 


Marsh, Herbert 


15,011.16 


Total 


15,056.16 



LIBRARY DEPARTMENT 




Burnham, Barbara C. 


10,280.96 


Candela, Ellen 


240.00 


Costello, Maureen 


610.50 


Crawford, Kimberly A. 


264.00 


Davenport, Heather 


1,101.00 


Dunn, Sandra 


198.00 


Fahey, Jacquelyn 


1,576.54 


Glasfeld, Andrew 


12.00 


Hayes, Richard E. 


27,290.06 


Hobbs, Karen 


1,485.93 


Knight, Nancy 


10,654.87 


Kornet, John 


198.00 


McNabb, Gerald 


279.75 


Mitchell, Joann 


11,886.46 


Pattison, Robert 


5,845.09 


Pope, Marilyn T. 


11,263.43 


Pope, Susan M. 


10,099.33 


Stanford, Paul 


165.00 


Stobart, Staci 


1,507.70 


Watrous, Susan M. 


17,832.04 


Total 


112,790.66 


RECREATION DEPARTMENT 




Anglin, Karin P. 


70.00 


Atkinson, Anne-Marie 


420.00 


Anderson, Michael R. 


5.25 


Becker, Jr., Joseph L. 


105.00 


Bernstein, Glen 


43.75 


Bernstein, Philip 


180.26 


Brady, Michael 


496.00 


Carroll, Jr., James E. 


2,047.33 


Carroll, Stephen J. 


66.57 


Clapp, Marlisa A. 


442.75 


Collins, Shannon 


512.00 


Cooke, Peter 


127.76 


Dalrymple, Douglas B. 


147.01 


Delaney, Mark 


4.38 


Chapman, Jennifer 


57.75 


Duncombe, Amy Lee 


17.50 


Dunn, Kevin 


28.00 


Farren, Bridget M. 


405.00 


Froio, Glenn P. 


9.38 


Gallagher, Sara B. 


825.96 


Gunville, Dianne E. 


726.00 


Hardwick, Jr., Floyd S. 


98.00 


Hobson, Abigail 


1,066.88 


Hobson, Elizabeth 


880.00 


Igo, Gregory P. 


26.25 


Larson, Thomas 


17.50 


Leonard, Mary 


26.25 


Lucas, Carta 


7.00 


MacDonald, David 


256.98 


Marsac, Jason 


21.00 


McClay, Bonnie L. 


816.00 



185 



Nedrow, Jill 


15.75 


CLERICAL PAYROLL 




Perroncello, Dona M. 


469.63 


Aronson, Miriam 


2,484.82 


Pompeo, J. Daniel 


43.32 


Atkinson, Marian 


8,560.69 


Pompeo, N. Lynn 


7.00 


Ayer, Alison 


4,280.67 


Pompeo, Tara E. 


420.00 


Benbow, Mary 


8,631.88 


Reed, Jerry 


30.38 


Bowen, Patricia 


10,836.00 


Reidy, John 


190.77 


Brady, Clare 


11,624.69 


Ripley, Robert S. 


105.00 


Brennock, Mary 


14,014.00 


Sandblom, Lauren J. 


798.00 


Brighton, Agnes 


16,826.09 


Sanblom, Peter 


8.44 


Broderick, Rita 


12,958.96 


Shea, Melissa 


71.75 


Cahill, Corinne 


84.00 


Shultz, David R. 


31.50 


Ciciotte, Carol 


13,606.22 


Shultz, Robert 


217.88 


Conte, Barbara 


12,958.96 


Shumaker, David 


8.75 


Davis, Mary 


1,832.56 


Staunton, Caitlin 


46.38 


Mulhern, Helen T. 


8,560.69 


Sweeney, Torin 


120.00 


Glasfeld, Elizabeth 


12,784.99 


Trautwein, Todd 


112.01 


Gormley, Ethel S. 


14,287.34 


Mello, Irene 


60.00 


Grayken, Phyllis R. 


15,472.00 


Worley, John M. 


21,796.32 


Hansen, Maryann 


196.00 


Total 


34,506.39 


Hernan, Margaret 


2,287.35 






Higgins, Jean 


14,154.00 


CUSTODIAN PAYROLL 




Longo, Elizabeth 


2,588.35 


Ainslie, Donald F. 


15,913.66 


Maher, Michael 


4,191.66 


Barrow, Robert E. 


18,192.31 


McAllister, Jeannett 


35.82 


Brennock, Henry E. 


9,448.48 


McCarthy, Mary Lou 


1,006.53 


Corkery, Robert 


1,455.00 


McGuire, Elizabeth M. 


125.37 


Cuff, William 


2,156.00 


Mercuric, Rosemarie 


52.40 


Emanuello, Paul 


12,002.94 


Miller, Lorene M. 


11,271.96 


Esposito, Jr., Joseph 


17,103.23 


Mills, Eileen Z. 


6,769.20 


Haase, Donald P. 


16,529.46 


Muncey, Mary K. 


2,602.57 


Jacobucci, John J. 


20,576.07 


Murphy, Karen 


28.00 


Jones, Thomas 


16,708.81 


Pereira, Diana 


3,827.67 


McArthur, William H. 


15,750.81 


Pratt, Marie 


505.88 


Soule, Kevin W. 


18,421.51 


Prendergast, Shirley 


2,781.21 


Stover, Charles 


19,277.82 


Rhodes, Kathy 


35.82 


Thurston, Richard F. 


15,905.94 


Saccone, Emily 


12,858.96 


Young, Wallace 


15,310.12 


Sadler, Susan 


8,560.69 


Total 


214,752.16 


Saleski, Diane W. 


10,211.60 






Scopa, Nancy 


4,747.25 


BUS DRIVERS 




Simeone, June 


8,281.21 


Bonomi, Linda 


83.48 


Spenlinhauer, Alicia 


57.71 


Brown, Paul R. 


313.60 


Travers, Sheila M. 


13,714.00 


Card, George 


1,588.98 


Wallace, Carol B. 


6,177.68 


Figueiredo, Janet 


11,804.98 


Williams, Stephanie 


1,398.88 


Foster, John 


10,709.46 


Woomer, Mildred D. 


10,333.44 


Langton, Harry P. 


852.08 






Lesher, Lorraine 


5,528.40 


Total 


298,605.77 


Merritt, Norma 


3,417.95 


PROFESSIONAL PAYROLL 




Pape, Maria Rose 


4,190.80 


Alcott, Maureen P. 


11,427.64 


Powers, Frances 


3,121.89 


Anderson, Jon Craig 


24,046.43 


Ray, Thomas P. 


6,260.03 


Babaian, Mary A. 


30,598.74 


Rose, Velma 


979.20 


Bates, Dorothy B. 


28,009.61 


Skidmore, Charlotte 


6,076.96 


Beatson, Elizabeth 


28,332.30 


Palm, Bonnie K. 


4,060.80 


Bouchard, Joseph K. 


28,861.51 


Total 


58,988.61 


Burbank, Virginia A. 


27,545.71 


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Carter, Craig 140.00 

Chatterton, Clark 31,488.47 

Cisneros, Kenneth 24,655.79 

Contis, Carolyn M. 18,253.90 

Coultrip, Patricia L 27,133.51 

Creamer, John F. 38,212.98 

Cronin, Frances 13,580.39 

Crowell, Eugene C. 50,143.60 

Davenport, Sally 9,405.11 

Davis, Charles R. 32,581.83 

Digirolamo, Gino J. 40,578.98 

Dodge, Jeffrey A. 1 7,378.78 

Dunn, Kearin A. 28,816.46 

Ekberg, Kenneth C. 39,304.98 

Emmons, Ronald L. 30,572.30 

Erbe, Samuel M. 33,813.68 

Fallon, William 21,557.85 

Federico, Joseph F. 27,106.51 

Fortin, George A. 28,332.30 

Franey, James E. 30,323.39 

Gill, Michael Patrick 24,553.34 

Graebener, Stephen T. 17,392.36 

Gray, Carolyn M. 27,106.51 

Green, Emilie 18,253.90 

Haase, Troy 140.00 

Hart, Stephen E. 41,576.99 

Hogan, Paul F. 27,106.51 

Hughes, Walter T. 28,332.30 

Izzo, Richard M. 9,061.64 

Kealey, Nancy 26,815.79 

Kelly, Donald J. 28,332.30 

Kite, William C. 33,543.83 

Rice, Marea 12,446.55 

Lahage, Doris A. 27,545.71 

Leary, Edward J. 28,982.30 

Leary, John J. 37,120.98 

Leonard, Jr., Edward J. 9,991.35 

Lucas, Thomas J. 28,332.30 

MacDonald, Frank A. 28,332.30 

Magnussen, David R. 24,655.79 

Marks, Bryan E. 21,304.81 

MacDermott, Edward W. 24,655.79 

Mika, John G. 18,866.09 

Narkiewicz, Paul H. 34,783.69 

Neundorf, F. J. 25,067.23 

O'Neil, III, Thomas J. 28,635.80 

Packard, John R. 30,243.38 

Plante, Patrick A. 28,332.30 

Porter, Anne Leslie 14,858.00 

Raccuia, John C. 28,332.30 

Reade, Donald A. 25,892.88 

Schleiff, Marie 27,133.51 

Sheehan, Edward F. 32,984.33 

Streeter, Richard 43,125.94 

Thompson, Robert M. 28,332.30 



Robbins, Joan 
Walsh, Dennis J. 
Watson, Marilyn 
Wood, JoEllen 
Wool, Joan M. 
Wunschel, Patricia J. 

Total 

DEER HILL 

Becker, Joseph 
Cassiani, Joan 
Chase, Patricia C. 
Cisneros, Elizabeth 
Dalbeck, Ruth 
Deakin, Frank A. 
Hibbard, Dorothy A. 
Kuntz, Dennis W. 
Levine, Raymond 
Maclnnis, John V. 
Magoun, Joanne 
McDonald, Dorothy L. 
Sullivan, Patricia M. 
Murphy, Marjorie 
Nugent, Martha Anne 
Shultz, Lawrence R. 
Whitley, Katherine 
Wondolowski, Dorothy 

Total 

OSGOOD 

Baush, Susan 
Bowker, Faith E. 
Collins, Christina 
Clark, Ruth I. 
Collins, Rosalie L. 
D'Angelo, Marilyn 
DiBenedetto, Delia 
Fink, Jeanne 
Free, Jean 
Manna, Shirley B. 
Montouri, Dorothy 
O'Malley, Jean 
Pratt, Helen 
Price, Marie 
Tewksbury, Shirley T. 

Total 

SPECIAL NEEDS 

Boomer, Jane M. 
Civale, Gale Ann 
Ely, Florence 
Gallagher, Pauline 
Jarvis, Kathy A. 
Jillson, Antonette W. 
Brown, Genevieve 
Leach, Edwin M. 



28,505.30 
30,060.30 
31,172.25 
27,306.51 
16,264.03 
29,386.30 

1,777,068.54 



27,106.51 
8,835.93 
27,106.51 
20,904.81 
19,328.76 
27,106.51 
17,392.36 
29,238.69 
27,106.51 
24,655.79 
27,106.51 
27,106.51 
24,655.79 
11,522.43 
3,685.14 
28,093.51 
15,819.86 
10,452.15 

377,224.28 



27,106.51 
27,106.51 
27,106.51 
28,332.30 
10,819.65 
27,106.51 
27,106.51 
21,853.10 
20,004.15 
27,106.51 
28,332.30 
27,106.51 
28,332.30 
23,703.84 
24,655.79 

375,779.00 

9,526.38 
19,764.63 
18,743.32 
27,106.51 
704.31 
23,889.77 
27,606.49 
28,332.30 



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Muir, Ruth C. 


15,921.15 


SPORTS OFFICIALS 




Power, Marilyn 


29,403.38 


Abbondante, Carmine 


24.00 


Rega, Bette 


28,332.30 


Altimas, Stephen 


115.00 


Sceery, Dr. Robert T. 


8,640.80 


Amstead, William 


25.00 


Voipe, Irene M. 


23,934.77 


Anderson, Carol 


48.00 


Yess, Denise Anne 


18,743.32 


Andrews, Denise 


325.00 


Total 


280,649.43 


Attardo, Anthony 


130.00 






Austin, Paul 


24.00 


SUBSTITUTES 




Austin, Richard 


50.00 


Anderson, Grace 


132.00 


Bancroft, Robert 


38.00 


Birmann, Jeanne 


1,764.00 


Barrett, Stephen 


47.00 


Blossom, Fiametta D. 


60.00 


Beatty, Robert 


156.00 


Buckley, Marie 


66.00 


Beckward, Julie 


24.00 


Cafferty, Judith M. 


90.00 


Belanger, Denise 


25.00 


Cody, Carol 


804.00 


Bennett, Richard 


23.00 


Crowley, Mary Jane 


99.00 


Bergiel, Ray 


36.00 


D'Adamo, Arthur 


165.00 


Bernstein, David 


805.00 


Donovan, Mary 


240.00 


Billings, Gregory 


44.00 


Dunn, Suzanne 


2,484.00 


Bilodeau, Paul 


47.24 


Ely, Wallace 


33.00 


Bishop, Shawn 


6.25 


Freedman, Elaine 


123.00 


Bizak, Paul 


34.00 


Gurnis, Barbara 


90.00 


Blanchard, Paul 


1,010.99 


Haley, Dorothea 


1,003.50 


Boggs, Eugene 


136.00 


Henderson, Linda 


603.00 


Bouldry, Bert 


40.00 


Horn, Carolyn 


396.00 


Bowen, Jr., John 


920.00 


Johnsen, Priscilla 


90.00 


Boylen, William 


120.00 


Jordan, Letitia 


1,014.00 


Burrows, George 


34.00 


Kamman, Marjorie K. 


2,047.65 


Caulfield, Kevin 


68.00 


Kirk, Rita 


193.50 


Cerbo, James 


44.00 


Komarin, M. Syma 


2,007.78 


Chandler, Neil 


47.00 


Lalumiere, Maureen 


11,588.62 


Chandler, Raymond 


40.00 


Leary, Donald J. 


60.00 


Chapman, Robert 


39.00 


Leary, Marie 


1,087.60 


Chicko, Brett 


63.00 


McCarthy, Alice 


1,947.00 


Clarkeson, Kathleen 


383.32 


Nedrow, Ruth 


3,088.89 


Clasby, Frank 


38.00 


Noiseux, Deanne 


123.00 


Clinton, Dennis 


23.00 


Pizzelli, Mary 


60.00 


Colarusso, George 


23.00 


Pyle, Janice D. 


60.00 


Conant, Noelle 


37.50 


Henderson, Linda M. 


940.50 


Conley, John 


44.00 


Russell, Jane 


1,736.24 


Connell, Paul 


23.00 


Russo, Kathleen 


429.00 


Connelly, Pat 


38.00 


Santin, Patricia 


99.00 


Connolly, Paul 


45.00 


Silvia, Marsha 


129.00 


Conroy, Henry 


65.00 


Slotnick, MaryLouise 


198.00 


Cotton, Madeline 


25.00 


Snow, Pamela 


1,383.15 


Counter, Thomas 


76.00 


Stahl, Marguerite 


17.36 


Coyne, John 


44.00 


Staunton, Mary E. 


759.00 


Crowley, Jerry 


107.00 


Suddath, Jill 


1,647.00 


Culpepper, Murrel 


869.00 


Sweeney, Walter 


180.00 


DeLorenzo, John 


44.00 


Tenboeck, Ursula 


30.00 


DeSantis, Charles 


105.00 


Trainor, Nanette 


3,877.97 


DeShiro, Anthony 


38.00 


Vaughan, Richard 


1 50.00 


Dickhaut, Frederick 


38.00 


Weydt, Michael 


4,950.52 


DiGiacomo, Richard 


40.00 


Total 


48,047.28 


Doherty, Thomas 


44.00 






Donahue, Robert 


48.00 



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Donnellan, Paul 


48.00 


Markham, David 


62.50 


Donovan, Patrick 


76.00 


Marlette, George 


727.98 


Donovan, Robert 


44.00 


Marr, Matthew 


49.52 


Dooley, Kevin E. 


546.00 


Marshall, Donna 


95.00 


Dotolo, Joseph 


25.00 


Mazeiko, Albert 


37.50 


Driscoll, Mary 


63.00 


McCarthy, James 


65.00 


Eisenhauer, Nadine 


21.00 


McCool, Barbara 


20.00 


Emanuello, Diane 


194.00 


McDonough, Stephen 


805.00 


Eramian-Reed, Sharon 


50.00 


McDonough, William 


76.00 


Ervin, Mary 


38.00 


McGaffigan, Paul F. 


198.08 


Evans, Richard 


44.00 


McNair, Jr., Thomas 


39.00 


Farrell, Eugene 


22.50 


Meehan, Mel 


69.00 


Farrington, William 


246.00 


Menard, Jean 


119.00 


Farrow, John 


44.00 


Minelli, Edward 


1,873.67 


Ferrisi, Ralph 


115.00 


Mitchell, Randolph 


39.00 


Fichtner, Joanne 


752.68 


Mortimer, William 


44.00 


Fitzgerald, Paula 


24.00 


Mulloy, Richard 


34.00 


Flaherty, Thomas 


977.33 


Mulvey, Edward 


300.00 


Foley, George 


23.00 


Mulvey, William 


23.00 


French, Thomas 


23.00 


Myers, Wayne 


39.00 


Furze, William 


80.00 


Nangle, Linda 


100.00 


Garrison, Daniel 


24.00 


Niles, Frank 


24.00 


Gerety, Philip 


38.00 


Olsen, Ron 


23.00 


Glendye, Stephen 


24.00 


Paiardy, Andrea 


1,605.00 


Goslin, John 


34.00 


Pearson, Everett 


48.00 


Grober, Bruce 


23.00 


Piccini, James 


80.00 


Guenard, David 


38.00 


Perry, Robert 


300.00 


Hansen, Peter 


38.00 


Pelrine, Frank 


109.00 


Hartnett, David 


308.00 


Pisano, Philip 


3,158.00 


Kates, Daniel 


95.00 


Plant, Stephen 


80.00 


Hayes, Sandra 


129.50 


Player, John 


34.00 


Hennessy, Jack 


24.00 


Polemski, Alexander 


18.75 


Hewitt, Kenneth 


76.00 


Pompeo, Dr., Roger 


450.00 


Henderson, Kevin 


46.00 


Prendergast, John 


168.00 


Hietala, William 


59.00 


Pumphret, Frank 


96.00 


Jack, Robert 


40.00 


Putnam, James 


52.00 


Holmes, Brooks 


197.00 


Reid, John 


24.00 


Hynes, Michael 


76.00 


Richardi, Ann 


50.00 


Imprescia, Richard 


48.00 


Roach, Carl 


46.00 


Jakub, David 


59.00 


Robinson, Phillip 


22.50 


Johnson, Paulette 


728.00 


Rosano, Randall W. 


99.04 


Ketchum, Scott 


690.00 


Salerno, Matthew J. 


977.34 


Kirkendall, Karen L. 


728.00 


Sangster, Stephen 


34.00 


Kirker, Ken 


38.00 


Santin, Patricia 


50.00 


Lalley, Ray 


120.00 


Sayers, Frank 


109.00 


Laversa, Dennis 


59.00 


Shacochis, Norman 


25.00 


Leanues, William 


186.00 


Shaw, Joseph 


24.00 


Lee, Mary 


25.00 


Sheerin, Douglas 


80.00 


Leone, John 


198.00 


Sherman, Norman 


46.00 


Litchfield, W. T. 


297.12 


Shurtleff, Donald 


25.00 


Lynch, Brian 


21.00 


Silvia, Peter 


144.00 


MacLeod, Peggy 


25.00 


Silvia, Robert 


645.04 


Malloy, Valerie 


55.50 


Smith, Dale 


88.00 


Malone, James 


40.00 


Smith, Marjorie 


37.00 


Manfredi, Richard 


40.00 


Spolidoro, Paul 


40.00 






189- 





Startzell, Kennan 


1,820.00 


LUNCHROOM PAYROLL 




Sterling, Robert 


117.00 


Ainslie, Cora 


6,693.17 


Stevens, Arthur 


72.50 


Byrne, Marie A. 


264.60 


Stoddard, Jack 


168.00 


Dooley, Roseann 


6,820.39 


Straughn, Harold 


70.00 


Jacobucci, Eileen 


3,099.28 


Strondak, Alan 


23.00 


McNeil, Jeannette 


6,726.77 


Struzik, Edward J. 


49.52 


Rhodes, Kathy 


1,157.98 


Sullivan, Eugene 


40.00 


Ricketts, Frances 


4,272.71 


Sullivan, James 


2,855.00 


Salyards, Joyce 


1,014.33 


Sullivan, Joseph 


50.00 


Salyards, Mildred 


8,823.12 


Sullivan, Timothy 


80.00 


Sinopoli, Elizabeth 


7,212.65 


Sweeney, Torin 


1,211.67 


Soule, Eleanor 


6,644.03 


Tait, Robert 


32.50 


Stahl, Marguerite N. 


4,036.30 


Tassinari, Charles 


38.00 


Wunschel, Patricia 


2,748.60 


Tegor, Robert 


23.00 


Total 


59,513.93 


Tobin, Stephen 


24.00 






Trask, Mark 


109.54 


METCO PAYROLL 




Trask, Peter A. 


47.24 


White, Eleanor 


12,721.74 


Vail, John 


76.00 


Total 


12,721.74 


Viafore, Karen 


92.50 


POLICE 




Wakelin, Robert 


69.00 




Walling, George 


44.00 


Cogill, Brian 


116.00 


Walsh, Stephen 


38.00 


Conte, Carmelo 


116.00 


Ward, Glenn 


89.00 


Conte, John 


58.00 


Watson, Brendan 


25.00 


Grassie, Frederick 


58.00 


Weiner, Richard 


34.50 


Jones, Clifton 


116.00 


Wenzlow, Eric W. 


236.20 


Laugelle, Paul J. 


290.00 


White, Jack 


21.00 


Murphy, Paul 


58.00 


Wong, David 
Zibelli, Nicholas 


160.00 


Noonan, Brian 


116.00 


40.00 


Rhodes, III, John J. 


406.00 






Small, John 


116.00 


Total 


36,254.02 


Yocum, Richard 


58.00 






Total 


1,508.00 






Report Totals 


5,623,779.39 



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Town Accountant 

To the Board of Selectmen and Citizens of Cohasset: 

Submitted herewith is my annual report for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1984. 
This report includes the following: 

GENERAL FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures— current year 

4. State and County Assessments 

5. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures— prior year 

SPECIAL REVENUE FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balances as 
follows: 

2. Federal Revenue Sharing 

3. Revolving Funds and Receipts Reserved 

4. Highway Improvements 

WATER FUND: 

1. Balance Sheets: 
Revenues— cash basis 
Revenues— accural basis 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Retained Earnings: 
Revenues— cash basis 

Revenues— accural basis 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND: 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and changes in Fund Balance 

3. Report of Appropriations and Expenditures 

DEFERRED REVENUE 

1. Balance Sheet 

2. Statement of Changes in Fund Balance 

TRUST FUNDS: 

Combined Statement of Changes in Fund Balance 

GENERAL LONG-TERM DEBT GROUP OF ACCOUNTS: 

Statement of General Long-Term Debt 

Funds for the following unpaid bills fiscal 1984 were appropriated at the special 
town meeting, November 19, 1984: 

Goodwin, Proctor and Hoar for legal services, sewer matters $3,798.08 
Stephen F. Wigmore, Superintendent of Wires, mileage allowance 

for use of personal vehicle 101.40 

Alltown Oil Company, Fuel Oil, Town Hall 631.83 

$4.531.31 



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The Selctmen will request funds for the following unpaid bills, fiscal 1984, 
received after November 19, 1984: 

South Shore Hospital, Inc., for services rendered a firefighter 

injured in the line of duty $1,000.00 

Davis, Malm and D'Agostine, for legal services. 

Town of Cohasset vs Cohasset Heights, Ltd. 4,247.50 



$5,247.50 



Respectfully submitted, 

William S. Signorelli 
Town Accountant 



TOWN OF COHASSET 

Balance Sheet 

General Fund 

JUNE 30. 1984 



Schedule GF-1 



Assets 

Cash 
Investments 

Accounts receivable property taxes: 

1982 Real 

1983 Real 

1984 Real 
1984 Personal 

Less: Reserve for abatements and exemptions 

Real estate taxes deferred 

Departmental receivables 
Veterans' Assistance 
Ambulance Services 
Mooring Fees 
Rents and miscellaneous 
Lien re demolition of house 
Sewer use charges 

Motor vehicle excise taxes: 
1981 and Prior 
1982 
1983 
1984 

Tax liens receivable 
Tax Foreclosures 

Due from Stabilization Fund 



$1,120,791.54 
150,000.00 



$1,270,791.54 



7,416.85 




64,867.67 




392,340.31 




4,397.69 




469,022.52 




61,121.20 


407,901.32 




68,696.93 


3,741.50 




27,360.60 




2,199.00 




1,935.10 




500.00 




7,140.70 


42,876.90 


379.61 




4,237.62 




6,713.15 




73,542.66 


84.873.04 



142,886.84 
2,204.25 

52,000.00 



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23.75 




13.06 




110.75 




56.13 


203.69 




353,854.87 




1,684.00 




2,427,973.38 



Sewer Betterment Assessments: 
Principal added to taxes fiscal 1983 
Interest added to taxes fiscal 1983 
Principal added to taxes fiscal 1984 
Interest added to taxes fiscal 1984 

Due from Water Department: 
Loans 

Boat Excise 



Liabilities Reserves, and Fund Balance 

Liabilities: 

Warrants Payable $192,251.41 

Payroll deductions: 
Health insurance $31,448.82 

Life insurance 489.60 31,938.42 

Reserves: 
Reserved for Appropriation: 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library- 
Sale plate and books 

Transfers from Trust Funds: 
Wheelwright Park 
Wadleigh Park 
Robert Charles Billings and Billings-Pratt 

(Town Common and Parks) 
Woodside Cemetery 
Beechwood Cemetery 
North Cohasset Cemetery 
Paul Pratt Memorial Library 

Agency: 

Dog licenses due county 

Unclaimed checks 

Rental security deposit 
Deferred Revenue other than property taxes 

Fund Balance: 
Waterways Improvement 
Reserved for encumbrances 
Reserved for expenditures fiscal 1985 
Designated for tax foreclosures 
Designated for State and 

County assessments overestimates 
Unreserved Fund Balance- 
See Schedule GF-2 





44,250.00 


1,475.81 




309.85 




135.06 




3,268.07 




984.60 




1,223.64 




3,069.12 


10,466.15 


157.75 




2,428.27 




276.38 


2,862.40 




695,076.27 


12,723.40 




134,384.15 




224,801.65 




2,204.25 




1,782.49 




1,075,232.79 


1,451,128.73 



$2,427,973.38 



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TOWN OF COHASSET Schedule GF-2 

General Fund 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30. 1984 



Property taxes (Net of Provision for Abatements $108,400.97) 
Real $5,935,840.27 

Personal 110,017.15 

Tax Liens Redeemed 706.06 

Deferred Real Estate Tax Redemption 1,720.50 

Fines: 

District Court of East Norfolk 19,019.00 

Parking violations less $25.00 refund 9,308.00 

Licenses and permits: 

Selectmen: 

Alcoholic beverages 15,530.00 

Facilities permits 24,020.00 

Another 2,229.50 

Town Clerk— Gasoline storage 825.00 

Police Department licenses and permits 680.00 

Building Department: 

Gas 825.00 

Plumbing 3,708.00 

Building and certificates 20,739.00 

Inspections 2,645.00 

Wire Department 2,665.00 

Board of Health 5,505.90 

Harbor Department 17,214.50 

Grants from State: 
Schools: 

Chapter 70 Aid 600,546.00 
Pupil transportation 

Ch.71,Sec. 7A 49,753.00 

Ch.71Aand71B 4,983.00 

Tuition— State wards 7,341.00 

Residential School Tuition 9,113.00 

School building assistance 38,530.37 
Highways: 

Highway Fund 26,209.00 

Highway and Transit fringe MBTA Communities 19,400.00 

Work Zone Protection Kit 2,012.68 

Lottery, beano (includes $30,598.00 received 8/3/83 88,909.00 

Additional local aid assistance 354,831.00 

MBTA Reimbursement for 1983 Assessment— Refund 93,261.00 
Reimbursements for loss of taxes: 

Disabled veterans, blind and elderly 10,191.76 

Veterans' Services— reimbursements 2,374.19 

Additional Aid to Public Libraries 2,080.00 

Total General Revenue 



$6,048,283.98 



28,327.00 



96,586.90 



1,309,535.00 
7,482,732.88 



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Commercial revenue: 
Special assessments— Sewer: 
F'84 
Prior 
Paid in advance 

Motor vehicle excise taxes: 
1981 and prior 
1982 
1983 
1984 

Less: Refunds 
Vessel excise taxes (less refund $204.57) 
Total Commercial Revenue 



2,088.26 
230.20 
780.00 

3,096.81 

4,612.03 

108,398.98 

182,354.17 

298,461.99 
4.118.20 



Departmental Revenue: 




Planning Board: 




Legal Services 


1,000.00 


Topo maps 


590.00 


Filing fees 


2,045.00 


Engineering fees _ 


7,719.24 


Zoning Board of Appeals— Filing fees 




Conservation Commission— Filing fees 




Selectmen— Miscellaneous 




Treasurer-Collector— fees for services 




Town Clerk— Fees for services 




Police— miscellaneous 




Fire: 




Amb. Service (less refund $120.00) 


14,533.40 


Inspections and Miscellaneous 


1,534.27 


Accident Insurance— Reimbursement for 



Building Inspector— Miscellaneous 
Sealer of Weights & Measures— fees 
Dog Officer— fees 
Board of Health: 

Engineering fees 

Disposal area fees 

Dumping fees from private landfill 

Recycling 

Miscellaneous 
Sewer: 

Use charges 

Miscellaneous 
Harbor: 
Application fees 
Miscellaneous 

Schools— M iscel laneous 
Schools— Non Resident Tuition 
Library— fines and miscellaneous 
Recreation— Fees 
Cemeteries— Grave Digging 

Total Departmental Revenue 



.774.14 



1,875.00 

9,917.00 

24,167.50 

1,591.00 

42.94 

19,674.48 
100.00 

290.00 
17.60 



3.098.46 



294,343.79 
7,556.87 



11,354.24 

1,600.00 

200.00 

1,155.16 

11,518.70 

3,534.80 

610.00 



21,841.81 

44.55 

300.50 

430.00 



37,593.44 



19,774.48 



307.60 

957.03 
2,300.00 
8,270.10 
6,917.00 
5,875.00 



304,999.12 



134.584.41 



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Unclassified Revenue: 

Rents 6,090.00 

Use of Town Hall 465.00 6,555.00 

Interest: 

Deposits and Investments 105,297.92 

Sewer Assessments 1,076.81 

Property taxes 46,030.37 

Motor Vehicle Excise 610.92 

Total Interest 153.016.02 

Total Revenues 8,081,887.43 

Less: 

Current year's expenditures— See Schedule GF-3 7,583,082.80 

Prior years Appropriation expenditures from current revenues 8,224.00 

Current year encumbrances 72,536.83 7,663,843.63 

Excess of revenues over expenditures 418,043.80 

Other Financing Sources: Annual Meeting April 2, 1983 



Transfers from Trust Funds: 






Wheelwright Park 


1,300.00 




Wadleigh Park 


300.00 




Robert Charles Billings 


75.00 




Billings— Pratt 


75.00 




Libraries 


4,000.00 




Woodside Cemetery 


5,000.00 




Beechwood Cemetery 


600.00 


11,350.00 


State And for Libraries 




3,587.00 


Dog Licenses from County 




561.54 


State Aid for Sewer 




585.00 


Sale of Cemetery Lots 




2,500.00 



Other transfers from trust funds not budgeted: 

North Cohasset Cemetery 1 ,004.50 

James W. Nichols 350.00 

Alice and Walter Shuebruk 1,500.00 

MajorWilliam Arthur Fund 1,600.00 

Conservation Fund 198.27 

William Ripley, Jr. Fund 960.40 5,613.17 

Total Other Financing Sources 24,196.71 

Other Financing Uses: 

State and County Assessments— see Schedule GF-4 293,993.51 

Transfer to Capital Projects Fund 86,600.00 

Transfer to Highway Improvements Fund 21,255.00 

Expenditures from Trust Funds not budgeted: 

North Cohasset Cemetery— Maint. 1 ,004.50 

James W. Nichols— scholarship 350.00 
Alice and Walter Shuebruk— 

scholarships 1,500.00 

Major William Arthur Scholarships 1 ,600.00 

Ripley Fund— Athletics 960.40 

Conservation Fund— Other expense s 198.27 5,613.17 

Total Other Financing Uses (407,461.68 ) 

Excess of revenues and other sources over expenditures and other uses 34,778.83 

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Unreserved fund balance July 1, 1983 1,017,167.04 

Add: 
Prior year encumbrances closed 8,137.64 

Fund balance July 1, 1983 reserved for 

fiscall984 expenditures 215,692.00 

Appropriations from unreserved fund 
balance in fiscal 1984 99,753.00 

315,445.00 

Less: 

Underestimates of fiscal 1983 state and 
county assessments and appropriation 
deficit raised in fiscal 1984 11,279.50 304,165.50 

Appropriated for fiscal 1985 

expenditures 167,900.00 

Appropriated for fiscal 1984 

expenditures 99,753.00 

One half of fiscal 1984 vessel excise 

transferred to Waterways Improvement 

Fund 3,778.44 

Fiscal 1983 property taxes added to tax 

liens receivable 15,802.29 

Designated for state and county 

overestimates fiscal 1984 1,782.49 (289,016.22 ) 1,040,453.96 

Unreserved fund balance June 30, 1984 $1,075,232.79 



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Schedule GF-3 


FISCAL 84 CLOSE OUT LEDGER- 


-GENERAL FUND 




Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 












Elected Officials 


5,100.00 




5,096.35 




3.65 


Clerical Salaries 


22,918.00 




25,640.81 


3,626.66 


903.85 


Temporary Employees 


1,175.00 




1,468.70 




293.70 


Longevity 


150.00 




150.00 






Schcl#101 Personal Serv. 


29,343.00 




32,355.86 


3,626.66 


613.80 


R & M Office Equipment 


200.00 




212.93 


125.43 


112.50 


Advertising 


350.00 




1,142.52 


784.50 


8.02 


Telephone 


1,630.00 




1,320.36 




309.64 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


500.00 




1,489.10 


849.70 


139.40 


Postage 


400.00 




462.65 




62.65 


Printing & Stationery 


100.00 




86.90 




13.10 


Facility Permits 


700.00 




1,356.90 


353.02 


303.88 


Travel & Meetings 


1,000.00 




1,032.40 




32.40 


Dues 


1,000.00 




836.00 




164.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


5,880.00 




7,939.76 


2,112.65 


52.89 


Office Equipments Furniture 


1,500.00 




1,556.22 


60.00 


3.78 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


1,500.00 




1,556.22 


60.00 


3.78 


Photocopy Rental 


2,600.00 




2,367.65 


1,118.39 


1,350.74 


Photocopy Supplies 


400.00 




2,276.61 


525.87 


1,350.74 


Schd #108 Equip. Rental 


3,000.00 




4,644.26 


1,644.26 




Other Professional Services 


500.00 








500.00 


Schd #110 Eng. Services 


500.00 








500.00 


Other Professional Services 


8,000.00 


1,879.03 


21,662.28 


15,541.31 




Schd #116 Collect. Bargain 


8,000.00 


1,879.03 


21,662.28 


15,541.31 




Unclassified Supplies 


50.00 








50.00 


Schd #121 












Damages/Pers & Prop 


50.00 








50.00 


Unemployment Insurance 


6,500.00 








6,500.00 


Schd #124 Unempl.lns. 


6,500.00 








6,500.00 


Equipment Rental 


125.00 




125.00 






Advertising 


39.60 


*■ 


39.60 






Collective Bargaining 


240.00 




240.00 






Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'83 


404.60 




404.60 






Dept. No. 3 Selectmen 


55.177.60 


1,879.03 


68,562.98 


22.984.88 


7,720.47 


Dept. No. 4 Executive Secretary 










Department Head 


22,260.00 




22,260.00 






Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


22,260.00 




22,260.00 






Travel & Meetings 


200.00 




529.07 


130.43 


198.64 


Mileage Allowance 


500.00 




292.68 




207.32 


Dues 


200.00 




207.82 




7.82 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


900.00 




1,029.57 


130.43 


.86 


Travel & Meetings 


99.35 




99.35 






Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'83 


99.35 




99.35 






Dept. No. 4 Exec. Secretary 23,259.35 




23,388.92 


130.43 


.86 


V 




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3,000.00 


1,182.75 




57.00 


3,000.00 74.00 1,239.75 


3,000.00 74.00 1,239.75 


125.00 


125.00 


125.00 


125.00 


125.00 


125.00 


ittee 

75.00 




250.00 


250.00 


325.00 


250.00 


115.00 


120.96 


30.00 


24.00 


80.00 


80.00 


225.00 


224.96 


550.00 


474.96 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 

Data Processing Services 3,000.00 1,182.75 1,817.25 

Office Supplies & Expenses 57.00 57.00- 

Schd#102 General Exp. 3,000.00 74.00 1,239.75 1,686.25 

Dept. No. 5 Parking Clerk 3,000.00 74.00 1,239.75 1,686.25 

Dept. No. 9 Moderator 

Elected Official 
Schd#101 Personal Serv. 
Dept. No. 9 Moderator 

Dept. No. 1 1 Advisory Committee 

Wages— Part Time 75.00 75.00 

Clerical Salaries 

Schd#101 Personal Serv. 325.00 250.00 75.00 

Office Supplies & Expenses 115.00 120.96 5.96 

Postage 30.00 24.00 6.00 

Dues 

Schd#102 General Exp. 225.00 224.96 .04 

Dept. No. 11 Advisory Comm. 550.00 474.96 75.04 

Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 

Transfers 100,000.00 100,000.00 

Schd#138 Reserve Fund 100,000.00 100,000.00 

Dept. No. 13 Reserve Fund 100,000.00 100,000.00 

Dept. No. 15 Elections & Town Meeting 

Salaries— Part Time 1,307.00 1,307.00 

Temporary Employees 1,898.00 5,709.55 3,811.55 

Schd#101 Personal Serv. 3,205.00 7,016.55 3,811.55 

R&M Office Equipment 100.00 100.00 

Computer Maintenance 2,500.00 2,500.00 

Voting Machine Services 1,124.00 1,733.00 722.00 113.00 

Office Supplies* Expenses 160.00 319.51 123.06 36.45 

Postage 500.00 1,413.57 877.07 36.50 

Printing & Stationery 1,600.00 3,507.60 1,845.25 62.35 

Posting Notices 20.00 135.00 115.00 

Transporting Election Materials 10.00 40.00 30.00 

Travel & Meetings 25.00 25.00 

Dues 8.00 8.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 6,047.00 9,648.68 3,712.38 110.70 

Voting Machine Services 202.39 202.39 

Schd#143 Unpaid Bills F'83 202.39 202.39 

Dept. No. 15 Electlons&TM 9,454.39 16,867.62 7,523.93 110.70 

Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 

Advertising 65.00 

Printing & Stationery 4,400.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 4,465.00 

Dept. No. 19 Town Reports 4,465.00 



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65.00 


4,513.50 


48.50 


65.00 


4,513.50 


48.50 




4,513.50 


48.50 







Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 25 Town Accountant 










Department Head 


31,300.00 




31,300.00 






Clerical Salaries 


24,501.00 




24,500.07 




.93 


Longevity 


400.00 




350.00 




50.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


56,201.00 




56,150.07 




50.93 


In-Service Training 


225.00 




187.20 




37.80 


R & M Office Equipment 


120.00 




49.63 




70.37 


Computer Maintenance 


2,000.00 




2,000.00 






Telephone 


800.00 




891.00 




91.00 


Book Binding 


100.00 




135.00 




35.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


800.00 




501.66 




298.34 


Postage 


20.00 




26.78 




6.78 


Travel & Meetings 


225.00 




475.49 


157.71 


92.78 


Dues 


10.00 




13.00 




3.00 


Subscriptions 


200.00 




377.95 




177.95 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


4,500.00 




4,657.71 


157.71 




Data Processing Services 






305.61 


305.61 




Telephone 






245.02 


245.02 




Computer Supplies 


300.00 




2,548.55 


4,383.57 


2,135.02 


Computer Paper/Forms 


2,500.00 




1,700.73 


850.20 


50.93 


Schd#109 Central Computer 2,800.00 


2,084.09 


4,799.91 


4,084.00 




Dept. No. 25 TownAcct. 


63.501.00 


2,084.09 


65,607.69 


4.241.71 


50.93 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors 












Elected Officials 


3,700.00 




3,700.00 






Wages— Part Time 


6,558.00 




6,557.96 




.04 


Clerical Salaries 


12,570.00 




12,570.00 






Longevity 


250.00 




250.00 






Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


23,078.00 




23,077.96 




.04 


In-Service Training 


300.00 








300.00 


R & M Office Equipment 


85.00 








85.00 


Professional Assessor 


7,300.00 




7,382.04 




82.04 


Computer Maintenance 


2,380.00 




2,196.50 




183.50 


Maintenance of Maps 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 






2,500.00 


Telephone 


375.00 




367.49 




7.51 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


700.00 




819.66 




119.66 


Postage 


225.00 




447.40 




222.40 


Printing & Stationery 


125.00 


V 






125.00 


Posting Notices 


30.00 




26.79 




3.21 


Property Transfers 


175.00 




115.93 




59.07 


Travel & Meetings 


200.00 




55.15 




144.85 


Dues 


128.00 




96.00 




32.00 


Subscriptions 


99.00 




99.00 






Schd#102 General Exp. 


14,622.00 


2,500.00 


11,605.96 




516.04 


Dept. No. 29 Assessors 


37,700.00 


2.500.00 


34.683.92 




516.08 


Dept. No. 35 Treasurer-Collector 










Elected Official 


24,060.00 




24,060.00 






Clerical Salaries 


27,024.00 




27,233.79 


9.79 


200.00 


Longevity 


200.00 








200.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


51,284.00 




51,293.79 


9.79 




R & M Office Equipment 


75.00 




54.76 




20.24 


Telephone 


780.00 




640.61 




139.39 



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Appropriatk)n Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Ck)sedto 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


650.00 


725.89 




75.89 


Postage 


4,106.00 


3,951.16 




154.84 


Printings Stationery 


360.00 


109.08 




250.92 


Note Certification 


220.00 


425.00 




205.00 


Tax Liens 


125.00 


229.56 




104.56 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 


37.60 




62.40 


Dues 


70.00 


70.00 






Schd#102 General Exp. 


6,486.00 


6,243.66 




242.34 


Adding Machine 


150.00 


135.20 




14.80 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


150.00 


135.20 




14.80 


Dept. No. 35 Treas-Collector 57,920.00 


57,672.65 


9.79 


257.14 


Dept. 39 Town Clerk 










Elected Official 


6,199.00 


5,199.71 




999.29 


Clerical Salaries 


13,242.00 


13,239.85 




2.15 


Longevity 


150.00 


150.00 






Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


19,591.00 


18,589.56 




1,001.44 


R & M Office Equipment 


50.00 


67.63 




17.63 


Telephone 


384.00 


419.79 


27.65 


8.14 


Book Binding 


100.00 


260.00 




160.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


200.00 


153.88 




46.12 


Postage 


100.00 


112.35 




12.35 


Printing & Stationery 


25.00 






25.00 


Travel & Meetings 


125.00 






125.00 


Dues 


27.00 


25.00 




2.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


1,011.00 


1,038.65 


27.65 




Dept. No. 39 Town Clerk 


20,602.00 


19,628.21 


27.65 


1,001.44 


Dept. No. 45 Uw 










Legal Services 


26,236.98 5,383.87 


32,901.58 


12,048.47 




Schd#102 General Exp. 


26,236.98 5,383.87 


32,901.58 


12,048.47 




Legal Services 


74,500.00 


81,117.39 


6,617.39 




Schd#128 Town Counsel 


74,500.00 


81,117.39 


6,617.39 




Legal Services 


29,121.68 


29,121.68 






Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'83 29,121.68 


29,121.68 







Dept. No. 45 Law 129,858.66 5.383.87 143,140.65 18,665.86 

Dept. No. 47 Personnel Committee 

Office Supplies & Expenses 

Postage 

Dues 

Schd #102 General Exp. 

Dept. No. 47 Personnel Comm 

Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 

Clerical Salaries 

Schd #101 Personal Serv. 

Legal Services 

Advertising 

Office Supplies & Expenses 

Postage 

Dues 

Schd #102 General Exp. 

Dept. No. 61 Zoning Board 

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100.00 


50.00 




50.00 


104.00 


40.00 




64.00 


370.00 


20.00 




350.00 


574.00 


110.00 




464.00 


1. 574.00 


110.00 




464.00 


800.00 


1,072.40 


504.00 


231.60 


800.00 


1,072.40 


504.00 


231.60 


100.00 






100.00 


1,050.00 


1,558.49 


640.00 


131.51 


100.00 


148.12 




48.12 


150.00 


406.20 


130.00 


126.20 


25.00 






25.00 


1,425.00 


2,112.81 


770.00 


82.19 


2.225.00 


3,185.21 


1,274.00 


313.79 





Appropriation C 


:arry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 










Clerical Salaries 


1,500.00 




1,649.68 


150.00 


.32 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


1,500.00 




1,649.68 


150.00 


.32 


Advertising 


155.00 




676.30 


300.00 


221.30 


Engineering Services 


6,000.00 




11,260.56 


3,600.00 


1,660.56 


Other Professional Services 


2,500.00 








2,500.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


175.00 




257.53 




82.53 


Postage 


75.00 




62.00 




13.00 


Printing & Stationery 


100.00 




41.58 




58.42 


Other Expenses 






357.50 


300.00 


57.50 


Dues 


50.00 




50.00 






Schd#102 General Exp. 


9,055.00 




12,705.47 


4,200.00 


549.53 


Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 10,555.00 




14,355.15 


4,350.00 


549.85 


Dept. 65 Town Hall 












Custodial Services 


14,074.00 




13,996.82 




77.18 


Temporary Employees 


200.00 




420.75 


143.57 


77.18 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


14,274.00 




14,417.57 


143.57 




Electricity 


2,400.00 




3,994.70 


735.29 


859.41 


Fuel 


4,500.00 




3,597.23 




902.77 


Building Maintenance 


1,000.00 




1,145.09 


351.00 


205.91 


Custodial Supplies 


650.00 




899.27 




249.27 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


8,550.00 




9,636.29 


1,086.29 




Interior Painting 


3,500.00 


6,860.25 


29.75 


3,390.00 




Communications Systems 


5,000.00 




4,292.51 




707.49 


Bulletin Boards 


300.00 




241.84 




58.16 


Vacuum Cleaner 


475.00 




470.50 




4.50 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


9,275.00 


6,860.25 


5,034.60 


3,390.00 


770.15 


Dept. No. 65 Town Hall 


32,099.00 


6,860.25 


29,088.46 


4,619.86 


770.15 


Dept. No. 66 Town Buildings 










Custodial Services 


625.00 




507.91 




117.09 


Electricity 


250.00 




375.70 




125.70 


Fuel 


1,000.00 




925.84 




74.16 


Water Service 


700.00 




1,003.68 


38.25 


265.43 


Building Maintenance 


800.00 




600.12 




199.88 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


3,375.00 




3,413.25 


38.25 




Exterior Painting 


4,875.00 


4,875.00 








Building Maintenance 


2,000.00 




1,695.83 




304.17 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


6,875.00 


4,875.00 


1,695.83 




304.17 


Dept. No. 66 Town Buildingi 


5 10,250.00 


4,875.00 


5.109.08 


38.25 


304.17 



Dept. No. 71 Pensions 

Pension Costs 230,465.00 230,464.44 .56 
Schd#118 Norfolk 

CtyRetSys 230,465.00 230,464.44 .56 

Non-Contributory Pensions 4,956.00 4,953.16 2.84 

Schd #119 Non-Con Pensions 4,956.00 4,953.16 2.84 

Pension Costs 50,000.00 50,000.00 

Schd #120 Sp. Ret. Fund 50,000.00 50,000.00 

Dept. No. 71 Pensions 285,421.00 285,417.60 3.40 



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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 76 Insurance 








Workers' Compensation 


39,000.00 


39,712.90 


712.90- 


General Liability 


10,550.00 


14,212.00 


3,662.00 


Fire 


23,188.00 


18,977.00 


4.211.00 


Boilers 


320.00 


1,120.00 


300.00 


Watercraft 


500.00 


543.00 


43.00 


Inland Marine 


1,403.00 


1,022.00 


381.00 


Crime Bond-All Employees 


905.00 


905.00 




Surety 


675.00 


633.00 


42.00 


Motor Vehicles 


14,625.00 


13,620.00 


1,005.00 


Valuable Papers & Acct. Receivable 


381.00 


381.00 


Call Firemen Disability etc. 


345.00 


342.35 


2.65 


Public Officials &Emp Liability 1,614.00 


1,680.60 


66.60 


Police Professional Liability 


3,078.00 


3,078.00 




Police* Fire Accident 


4,988.00 


4,902.00 


86.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


101,191.00 


101,128.85 


62.15 


Life Insurance 


1,758.00 


1,672.95 


85.05 


Health Insurance 


278,980.00 


259,152.44 


19,827.56 


Schd#123 Group Ins. 


280,738.00 


260,825.39 


19,912.61 


Pept. No.76 Insurance 


381.929.00 


361,954.24 


19,974.76 


Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 








Gas Pump Maintenance 


475.00 


314.45 


160.55 


Flags 


165.00 


161.58 


3.42 


Unclassified Supplies & Expense 65.00 


48.34 


16.66 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


705.00 


524.37 


180.63 


Hydrogeological/Sanitary Eng. 






Study Re Water Contam. 


35,000.00 35,000.00 






Schd#155 Art. 11/17/84 


35,000.00 35,000.00 






Settlement of Lowrey M Bell Jr. 






Etal Legal Suit 


47,056.44 


47,056.44 




Schd#156 Art. 3 1/17/84 


47,056.44 


47,056.44 




Transfers to Trust Funds 


22,000.00 


22,000.00 




Schd#157 StblztnFund 


22,000.00 


22,000.00 




Other Professional Services 








Schd #158 Audit of Accounts 






Dept. No. 91 Unclassified 


104,761.44 35,000.00 


69,580.81 


180.63 


Dept. No. 101 Police Department 






Department Head 


29,590.00 


29,503.93 


86.07 


Salaries— Full Time 


339,910.00 


320,220.77 


19,689.23 


Custodial Services 


1,500.00 


827.85 


672.15 


Overtime 


51,522.00 


61,551.79 


10,029.79 


Longevity 


5,200.00 


4,200.00 


1,000.00 


Educational Credits 


2,600.00 


3,183.97 


583.97 


Paid Holidays 


16,556.00 


15,726.31 


829.69 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


446,878.00 


435,214.62 


11,663.38 


Uniform Allowance 


7,650.00 


8,038.33 400.00 11.67 


Cleaning Service 


900.00 


687.91 


212.09 


In-Service Training 


1,200.00 


2,551.75 1,600.00 248.25 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


5,000.00 


5,045.50 


45.50 


R & M Equipment 


-203- 


603.72 


603.72 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Dept. No. 101 Police Dept. (continued) 

R & M Office Equipment 500.00 

Radio Maintenance 1,200.00 

Medical Expense 100.00 

Safety Education 250.00 

Telephone 5,500.00 
Court Expenses 

Care of Prisoners 250.00 

Gasoline 21,750.00 

Office Supplies & Expenses 800.00 

Printing Stationery 1,300.00 

Photo Supplies 250.00 

Custodial Supplies 500.00 

Officer Accessories 550.00 

Ammunition 200.00 
Public Safety Supplies 

Travel & Meetings 150.00 

Dues 100.00 

Subscriptions 25.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 48,175.00 

Electronic Warning System 1,200.00 

2 Cruisers Net of Trade-In 16,500.00 

Schd#103 Capital Outlay 17,700.00 
Dept. No. 101 Police Dept. 512,753.00 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


792.62 


292.62 


1,685.42 


485.42 


532.75 


432.75 


247.00 


3.00 


2,891.98 


2,608.02 


500.00 


500.00 


76.71 


173.29 


17,015.28 


4,734.72 


982.84 


182.84 


1,046.52 


253.48 


278.24 


28.24 


509.88 


9.88 


549.36 


.64 


179.00 


21.00 


67.54 


67.54 


60.00 


90.00 


110.00 


10.00 




25.00 


44,452.35 2,000.00 5,722.65 


1,173.00 


27.00 


16,265.00 


235.00 


17,438.00 


262.00 



497,104.97 2,000.00 17,648.03 



Dept. No. 103 Fire Department 

Department Head 28,840.00 

Salaries— Full Time 365,071.00 

Call Firemen 10,000.00 

Temporary Employees 750.00 

Overtime 82,148.00 

Longevity 2,800.00 

Educational Credits 2,840.00 

Paid Holidays 19,536.00 

Emergency Medical Tech. 14,042.00 

Schd#101 Personal Serv. 526,027.00 

Uniform Allowance 4,362.00 

Cleaning Service 50.00 

In-Service Training 2,000.00 

Electricity 225.00 

R & M Motor Vehicles 5,500.00 

R&M Equipment 750.00 

R & M Office Equipment 100.00 

Radio Maintenance 1,100.00 

Medical Expense 500.00 

Telephone 2,400.00 

Gasoline 4,500.00 

Diesel Fuel 1,000.00 

Office Supplies & Expenses 400.00 

Stationery 200.00 

Custodial Supplies 700.00 
Replacement of Protect. Gear 1 ,000.00 



28,840.00 






354,178.94 




10,892.06 


10,000.00 




750.00 


95,032.40 




12,884.40 


2,800.00 






2,090.32 




749.68 


18,960.56 




575.44 


13,734.13 




307.87 


525,636.35 




390.65 


4,706.63 


550.00 


205.37 
50.00 


1,136.64 




863.36 


214.93 




10.07 


7,373.92 


2,031.39 


157.47 


117.00 




633.00 


51.34 




48.46 


1,029.75 




70.25 


2,224.67 


1,900.00 


175.33 


2,406.61 




6.61 


5,173.95 




673.95 


1,111.70 




111.70 


616.57 




216.57 


208.75 




8.75 


1,296.20 


544.50 


51.70 


2,974.09 


1,204.47 


769.62 



204- 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount 


to New Year 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


Dept. No. 103 Fire Dept. (continued) 










Equipment for Call Men 


1,000.00 




927.20 




72.80 


Hose 


1,500.00 




1,583.00 




83.00 


Public Safety Supplies 


1,800.00 




2,440.81 


500.00 


140.81 


Shared Ambulance Expense 


400.00 




400.00 






Travel & Meetings 


100.00 




318.95 




218.95 


Dues 


325.00 




329.45 




4.45- 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


29,912.00 




36,642.36 


6,730.36 




Communications Systems 


4,000.00 




3,900.00 




100.00 


Tools 


2,200.00 


2,200.00 








Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


6,200.00 


2,200.00 


3,900.00 




100.00 


Electricity 


4,000.00 




5,414.36 


1,226.32 


188.04 


Fuel 


8,000.00 




8,557.36 




557.36 


Building Maintenance 


3,500.00 




2,754.60 




745.40 


.Schd#lll Fire& Police 












Hdqtrs. 


15,500.00 




16,726.32 


1,226.32 




Hydrants— Cohasset 












Water Co. 


40,950.00 




40,950.00 






Hydrants— Hingham 












Water Co. 


8,374.00 




8,384.48 


10.48 




Schd#112 Hydrant Services 49,324.00 




49,334.48 


10.48 




Salaries— Full Time 


713.89 




713.89 






Overtime 


935.37 




935.37 






Emergency Medical Tech. 


1,165.24 




1,165.24 






Hydrants— Hingham Water Co. 128.43 




128.43 






Schd#143 Unpaid Bills F'8c 


1 2,942.93 




2,942.93 







Dept. No. 103 Fire Dept. 629,905.93 2.200.00 635,182.44 7,967.16 490.65 

Dept. No. 109 Tree and Park 

0,800.00 20,800.00 

.61- 

2,331.69 

1,876.58- 

454.50 

2.58 

95.17- 

259.18- 

61.39- 

129.38- 

887.83- 

16.94 

100.00 

320.00 

56.30 

.55 

491.41 

1,000.00 252.69 

30.00 

1.01 

108.00- 

114.24 



205 — 



Department Head 


20,800.00 


20,800.00 


Wages— Permanent 


28,419.00 


28,419.61 


Temporary Employees 


6,596.00 


4,264.31 


Overtime 




1,876.58 


Schd No #101 Pers. Services 55,815.00 


55,360.50 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 


102.58 


Electricity 


350.00 


445.17 


Fuel 


850.00 


1,109.18 


Contract Tree Maintenance 


1,000.00 


1,061.39 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


2,200.00 


2,329.38 


R& M Equipment 


2,500.00 


3,387.83 


Tennis Court Maintenance 


100.00 


83.06 


Radio Maintenance 


100.00 




Garage Rental 


2,400.00 


2,400.00 


Rubbish Removal 


1,150.00 


830.00 


Advertising 


100.00 


43.70 


Telephone 


400.00 


399.45 


Contract Services 


500.00 


8.59 


Gasoline 


5,250.00 


5,997.31 


Office Supplies & Expense 


50.00 


20.00 


Building Maintenance 


100.00 


98.99 


Custodial Supplies 




108.00 


Tools 


1,050.00 


935.76 



Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer 

Amount to New Year Amount Amount 



Dept. No. 109 Tree & Park (continued) 



Insecticides & Herbicides 


1,000.00 


Trees 


1,200.00 


Supplies 


800.00 


Flowers 


200.00 


Travel & Meetings 


125.00 


Dues 


25.00 


Schd No. 102 General Exp. 


21,550.00 


Radios 


900.00 


Slicer& Seeder 


4,800.00 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


5,700.00 


Wages— Permanent 


1,750.00 


Schd #104 Pers.ServTrFd 


1,750.00 


New Truck Less Trade In 


24,000.00 


Schd #133 Art 17 4/2/83 


24,000.00 


Advertising 


80.08 


Schd #143 Unpaid Bills P83 80.08 


Dept No. 109 Tree & Park 


108,895.08 


Dept. No. Ill Harbor Department 


Department Head 


18,925.00 


Temporary Employees 


6,460.00 


Longevity 


150.00 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


25,535.00 


Uniform Allowance 


50.00 


Electricity 


200.00 


Telephone 


400.00 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


500.00 


Postage 


100.00 


Building Maintenance 


50.00 


Wharf & Float Maintenance 


450.00 


Boat Maintenance 


500.00 


Marine Supplies 


800.00 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 


Dues 


35.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


4,585.00 


Boat Maintenance 


145.00 


Gravel for Harbor Parking Area 500.00 


40 HP Outboard Motor 


1,085.00 


Styrofoam Billets 


840.00 



50 HP Outboard Engine 

Net of Trade In 
Schd #103 Capital Outlay 2,570.00 
Repairs to Stonework Contract Serv. 

Templates Fence at Gov Isl. 1,550.00 
Schd #150 Art 2 9/20/83 1,550.00 
Dept. No. Ill Harbor Dept. 34,240.00 



500.00 



500.00 



500.00 



1,372.65 

608.00 

851.34 

120.00 

79.31 

25.00 

22,416.69 

890.00 

3,390.00 

4,280.00 

1,750.00 

1,750.00 

21,013.90 

21,013.90 

80.08 

80.08 

104,901.17 



18,925.00 

6,392.00 

150.00 

25,467.00 

69.95 

375.70 

354.43 

1,448.30 

584.46 

114.10 

15.54 

140.27 

1,353.07 

798.12 

194.80 

35.00 

5,483.74 

145.00 

1,085.00 
700.00 

2,185.00 
4,115.00 

1,517.14 

1,517.14 

36.582.88 



1,000.00 



900.00 



900.00 



2,185.00 
2.185.00 



3,085.00 



Closed to 
Revenue 

372.65 
592.00 

51.34- 
80.00 
45.69 

133.31 

10.00 

1,410.00 

1,420.00 



2,986.10 
2,986.10 



1,000.00 4,993.91 



68.00 

68.00 
19.95- 

175.70 
45.57 

248.30- 
84.46- 
14.10- 
34.46 

309.73 

46.93 

1.88 

105.20 



1.26 



140.00 



140.00 

32.86 

32.86 

242.12 



Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const. 

Salaries— Part Time 100.00 

Schd #101 Personal Serv. 100.00 



100.00 
100.00 



206- 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const, (continued) 

Office Supplies & Expenses 35.00 

Posting Notices 50.00 

Mileage Allowance 50.00 

Dues 35.Q0 

Schd#102 General Exp. 170.00 

Dept. No. 112 Shellfish Const. 270.00 



Dept. No. 113 Building Inspector 



tenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


24.50 




10.50 


75.00 




25.00 


50.00 




35.00 


149.50 




20.50 


249.50 




20.50 



Department Head 


19,365.00 


19,441.07 


76.07 


Temporary Employees 


250.00 


148.95 


101.05 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


19,615.00 


19,590.02 


24.98 


Gas Inspections 


1,500.00 - 


1,020.00 


480.00 


Plumbing Inspections 


1,500.00 


2,916.00 427.00 


989.00 


Telephone 


425.00 


427.34 


2.34 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


125.00 


481.78 


356.78 


Postage 


50.00 


66.20 


16.20 


Printing & Stationery 


150.00 


133.00 


17.00 


Photo Supplies 


35.00 


6.07 


28.93 


Travel & Meetings 




36.00 


36.00 


Mileage Allowance 


1,900.00 


1,048.36 


851.64 


Dues 


10.00 


10.00 




Subscriptions 


150.00 




150.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


5,845.00 


6,144.75 427.00 


127.25 


Dept. No. 113 BIdg.lnsp. 


25,460.00 


25,734.77 427.00 


152.23 


Dept. No. 119 Weights/Measure 






Department Head 


500.00 


500.00 




Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


500.00 


500.00 




Office Supplies & Expenses 


175.00 


33.00 


142.00 


Travel & Meetings 


175.00 




175.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


350.00 


33.00 


317.00 


Dept. No. 119 Wts/Measure 


850.00 


533.00 


317.00 


Dept. No. 121 Wire Department 






Department Head 


22,524.00 


22,524.00 




Wages— Permanent 


18,938.00 


18,938.16 


.16 


Temporary Employees 


4,200.00 


4,178.01 


21.99 


Overtime 


1,633.00 


1,857.07 400.00 


175.93 


Longevity 


200.00 


350.00 


150.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


47,495.00 


47,847.24 400.00 


47.76 


Uniform Allowance 


100.00 


79.50 


20.50 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


300.00 


1,330.02 200.00 


830.02 


Radio Maintenance 


50.00 


127.85 


77.85 


Gasoline 


1,600.00 


989.91 


610.09 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


50.00 




50.00 


Postage 


50.00 


48.00 


2.00 


Public Safety Supplies 


4,700.00 


4,627.68 


72.32 


Travel & Meetings 


80.00 


90.00 


10.00 


Mileage Allowance 


1,200.00 


1,039.04 


160.96 



-207- 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 



Dept. No. 121 Wire Department (continued) 



Dues 


52.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


8,182.00 


Hydraulic Impact Drill 


850.00 


Outer Fire Alarm Cases 


175.00 


Control Board Relays 


260.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


1,285.00 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


1,532.69 


Public Safety Supplies 


130.00 


Schd#143 Unpaid Bills P83 


1,662.69 


Dept. No. 121 Wire Dept. 


58,624.69 


Dept. 131 Civil Defense 




Salaries— Part Time 


250.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


250.00 


Radio Maintenance 


25.00 


Travel & Meetings 


80.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


105.00 


Dept. No. 131 Civil Defense 


355.00 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 




Salaries— Part Time 


2,000.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


2,000.00 


Telephone 




Boarding Animals 


525.00 


Animal Disposal 


150.00 


Postage 




Unclassified Supplies 


50.00 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


1,025.00 


Boarding Animals 


152.00 


Travel & Meetings 


177.68 


Schd#143 Unpaid Bills P83 


329.68 


Dept. No. 133 Dog Officer 


3.354.68 



Dept. No. 200 School Department 

Roof Repairs— Deer Hill Sch. 20,000.00 
Schd #130 Art. 11 4/2/83 20,000.00 
Assessment 15,050.00 

Schd #137 SSRegSchDist. 15,050.00 
Computer Maintenance 3,766.51 

Other Professional Services 251.63 

Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'83 4,018.14 
Other Professional Services 2,000.00 
Schd #144 Unpaid Bills F'82 2,000.00 
Custodial Services 11,000.00 

Equipment 2,000.00 

Supplies 3,000.00 

Schd #145 Art 7 

STM 9/20/83 16,000.00 

Clerical Salaries— Admin. 1,098.00 

Contr. Serv. Admin. Negotiat. 6,000.00 
Contr. Serv. Admin. Legal Coun. 500.00 



50.00 2.00 

8,382.00 200.00 

850.00 
175.00 

337.50 77.50 

512.50 77.50 850.00 

1,532.69 
130.00 
1,662.69 
58,404.43 677.50 897.76 



200.00 50.00 

200.00 50.00 

25.00 

80.00 

105.00 

200.00 155.00 



2,000.00 






2,000.00 






102.40 




102.40- 


288.00 




237.00 


303.00 


250.00 


97.00 


31.10 




31.10- 


228.05 




178.05- 


472.45 


150.00 


22.45- 


1,425.00 


400.00 




152.00 






177.68 






329.68 






3.754.68 


400.00 




18,199.15 




1,800.85 


18,199.15 




1,800.85 


12,315.00 




2,735.00 


12,315.00 




2,735.00 


3,766.51 






251.63 






4,018.14 






2,000.00 






2,000.00 






11,200.00 




200.00^ 


1,067.34 




932.66 


3,732.66 




732.66- 


16,000.00 






984.42 




113.58 


6,201.85 




201.85^ 


988.00 




488.00- 



208 



i 


Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Supplies & Materials Admin. 


100.00 


134.72 


34.72 


Other Expenses Administration 






Instate Tr^el 


200.00 


30.20 


169.80 


Workshop/Conference 


600.00 


1,429.20 


829.20 


Prof Materials 


100.00 


370.02 


270.02 


Professional Dues 


1,300.00 


1,246.00 


54.00 


Postage 


700.00 


40.00 


660.00 


Advertising 


600.00 


574.90 


25.10 


Salary Reserve 


36,578.00 




36,578.00 


Research & Development 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Schd#1100 School Comm. 


48,776.00 


11,999.31 


36,776.69 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 






Prof Salaries Admin. 


44,075.00 


46,719.92 


2,644.92 


Sec/Salary Admin. 


15,265.00 


16,145.87 


880.87 


Contr. Serv. Admin. Xerox 


800.00 


1,346.82 


546.82 


Supplies/Materials Admin. 


900.00 


996.62 


96.62 


Other Expenses Administration 






Instate Travel 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 




Workshop/Conference 


300.00 


40.00 


260.00 


Prof Materials 


250.00 


149.20 


100.80 


Professional Dues 


410.00 


545.00 


135.00 


Postage 


600.00 


651.00 


51.00 


Out of State Travel 


1,500.00 


938.48 


561.52 


Schd#1200 Supt's Office 


65,600.00 


69,032.91 


3,432.91 


Clerical Salaries Admin. 


28,236.00 


21,747.86 


6,488.14 


Contr. Serv. Admin. Xerox 


1,800.00 


765.03 


1,034.97 


Supplies Admin. 


1,200.00 


733.65 


466.35 


Other Expenses Administration 






Workshop/Conference 


50.00 


80.00 


30.00 


Prof. Materials 


195.00 


387.64 


192.64 


Professional Dues 


120.00 


55.00 


65.00 


Postage 


600.00 


785.50 


185.50 


Advertising 


500.00 


51.60 


448.40 


Schd#1201 Business Office 


32,701.00 


24,606.28 


8,094.72 


Professional Salaries 








High School English 


4,170.00 


4,169.88 


.12 


High School Math 


4,170.00 


4,169.88 


.12 


High School Science 


4,328.00 


4,327.96 


.04 


High School Social Studies 


4,170.00 


4,169.88 


.12 


High School Foreign Lang 


4,328.00 


4,327.96 


.04 


High School Physical Educ 


3,990.00 


3,989.98 


.02 


High School Health Educ 


2,118.00 


2,117.96 


.04 


Schd#2100 Supervision 


27,274.00 


27,273.50 


.50 


Prof Salaries Osgood Sch. 


36,000.00 


37,099.92 


1,099.92 


Prof Salaries Deer Hill Sch. 


36,000.00 


38,159.94 


2,159.94 


Clerical Sal. Osgood Sch. 


12,336.00 


12,514.83 


178.83 


Clerical Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 


12,336.00 


12,383.43 


47.43 


Contracted Serv. Osgood Sch 


. 2,300.00 


2,953.54 


653.54 


Contracted Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 2,475.00 


2,465.53 


9.47 


Supplies/Mat. Osgood Sch. 


150.00 


463.39 


313.39 



- 209 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 



Supplies/Mat. Deer Hill Sch. 


495.00 


112.32 


382.68 


Other Expenses Osgood School 






Instate Travel 


50.00 




50.00 


Workshop/Conference 


60.00 




60.00 


Professional Dues 


160.00 


160.00 




Postage 


200.00 


227.75 


27.75 


Community Services 


100.00 


23.00 


77.00 


Other Expenses Deer Hill School 






Instate Travel 


50.00 


52.00 


2.00 


Workshop/Conference 


60.00 


111.20 


51.20 


Professional Dues 


160.00 


160.00 




Postage 


100.00 




100.00 


Professional Salaries 








High School 


75,000.00 


79.499.94 


4,499.94 


Clerical Salaries 








High School 


33,984.00 


35,792.23 


1,808.23 


Contracted Services 








High School 


13,000.00 


16,359.50 


3,359.50 


Supplies/Materials 








High School 


3,000.00 


6,052.60 


3,052.60 


Other Expenses High Schoo 








Instate Travel 


200.00 


171.40 


28.60 


Workshop/Conference 


170.00 


225.43 


55.43 


Prof Materials 


100.00 


100.00 




Professional Dues 


930.00 


1,153.00 


223.00 


Postage 


1,000.00 


767.00 


233.00 


Community Services 


150.00 




150.00 


Graduation 


1,045.00 


1,377.07 


332.07 


Assemblies 


100.00 


148.08 


48.08 


Tuition Courses 


100.00 




100.00 


Printed Materials 


1,470.00 


1,808.57 


338.57 


Schd#2200 Principals 


233,281.00 


250,341.67 


17,060.67 


Prof Salaries Osgood School 








Kindergarten 


50,795.00 


50,266.32 


528.68 


Grade 1 


77,395.00 


74,311.12 


3,083.88 


Grade 2 


81,003.00 


73,530.28 


7,472.72 


Grades 


79,800.00 


81,003.26 


1,203.26 


Music 


12,098.00 


12,097.54 


.46 


Art 


13,300.00 


13,300.04 


.04 


Physical Education 


27,803.00 


27,803.10 


.10 


Substitute Salary 


4,000.00 


5,560.16 


1,560.16 


Prof Salaries Deer Hill School 






Grade 4 


77,395.00 


76,668.40 


726.60 


Grades 


103,995.00 


123,222.47 


19,227.47 


Grades 


99,981.00 


80,754.03 


19,226.97 


Art 


13,300.00 


13,300.04 


.04 


Physical Education 


27,803.00 


28,325.55 


522.55 


Gifted/Talented 


8,073.00 


8,850.36 


777.36 


Choral Music 


12,097.00 


12,097.34 


.34 



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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 






Prof Salaries Deer Hill School 






Instrumental Music 


19,323.00 


18,261.34 


1,061.66 


Substitute Salary 


3,086.00 


7,654.66 


4,568.66 


Aide Sal. Osgood Sch. 








Instructional Aide 




6,083.44 


6,083.44 


Aide Sal. Osgood Sch. 








Activity Aide 


6,952.00 


9,135.53 


2,183.53 


Aide Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 








Instructional Aide 


11,256.00 


7,695.09 


3,560.91 


Aide Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 








Activity Aide 


7,248.00 


7,698.03 


450.03 


Contr. Serv. Osgood Sch. Music 160.00 




160.00 


Contr.Serv. Deer Hill Sch. 


Gr.5 300.00 




300.00 


Supplies Materials Osgood School 






Kindergarten 


765.00 


1,004.06 


239.06 


Grade 1 


1,990.00 


1,942.78 


47.22 


Grade 2 


3,341.00 


3,477.79 


136.79 


Grades 


2,915.00 


3,258.74 


343.74 


Music 


78.00 


101.10 


23.10 


Art 


900.00 


1,331.99 


431.99 


Physical Education 


105.00 


104.28 


.72 


Supplies Materials Deer Hill School 






Grade 4 


3,328.00 


2,774.17 


553.83 


Grades 


3,783.00 


2,915.27 


867.73 


Grades 


4,991.00 


4,291.61 


699.39 


Art 


1,290.00 


897.81 


392.19 


Physical Education 


428.00 


580.92 


152.92 


Gifted/Talented 


500.00 


430.61 


69.39 


Choral Music 


149.00 


238.03 


89.03 


Instrumental Music 


101.00 


105.50 


4.50 


Other Expenses Osgood School 






Workshop/Conference 


175.00 


65.20 


109.80 


Tuition Courses 


625.00 


140.00 


485.00 


Other Expenses Deer Hill School 






Workshop/Conference 


350.00 




350.00 


Tuition Courses 


650.00 


843.40 


193.40 


Prof. Sal. Osgood Sch. 








Special Education 


56,970.00 


50.524.00 


6,446.00 


Prof. Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 








Special Education 


99,537.00 


99,537.47 


.47 


Aide Sal. Osgood Sch. 








Special Education 


7,910.00 


15,340.55 


7,430.55 


Aide Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 








Special Education 




8.385.09 


8,385.09 


Sup. Mat. Osgood Sch. 








Special Education 


630.00 


657.24 


27.24 


Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. 








Special Education 


845.00 


1,084.41 


239.41 


Other Exp. Osgood Sch. 








Tuition Courses 


200.00 




200.00 


Other Exp. Deer Hill Sch. 








Tuition Courses 


200.00 


65.00 


135.00 



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Account Name 


Amount 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (coni 


Prof Salaries High School 




English 


288,096.00 


Math 


173,219.00 


Science 


186,944.00 


Social Studies 


164,412.00 


Foreign Language 


160,766.00 


Business Education 


53,200.00 


Industrial Arts 


54,403.00 


Home Economics 


45,409.00 


Alternative School 


13,901.00 


Music 


36,927.00 


Art 


27,803.00 


Physical Education 


95,683.00 


Health Education 


21,184.00 


Substitute Salary 


9,000.00 


Instr Aide Sal. HS Math Lab 


HSInstrAide 


7,910.00 


Field Trip Sal. HS Science 


800.00 


Field Trip Sal. HS Music 


600.00 


Contracted Services High School 


English 


450.00 


Math 


1,400.00 


Business Education 


1,800.00 


Music 


200.00 


Supplies High School 




English 


1,250.00 


Math 


1,857.00 


Science 


10,348.00 


Social Studies 


1,561.00 


Foreign Language 


1,300.00 


Business Education 


1,578.00 


Industrial Arts 


5,860.00 


Home Economics 


4,000.00 


Alternative School 


237.00 


Music 


2,018.00 


Art 


2,095.00 


Physical Education 


2,530.00 


Health Education 


1,370.00 


Other Expenses High School 


Tuition Courses 


2,450.00 


Prof Salaries High School 




Special Education 


77,649.00 


Aide Sal. HS Spec. Ed. 


7,910.00 


Sup. Mat. HS Spec. Ed. 


465.00 


Other Exp. HS Tuition Cour 


-ses 150.00 


Schd#2300 Teaching 


2,398,654.00 


Textbooks Osgood School 




Kindergarten 


10.00 


Grade 1 


130.00 


Grade 2 


400.00 


Grade 3 


750.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
to New Year 



Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Amount Amount Revenue 


286,240.24 


1,855.76 


175,842.00 


2,623.00 


193,674.26 


6,730.26 


162,007.64 


2,404.36 


155,266.28 


5,499.72 


51,620.14 


1,579.86 


55,606.20 


1,203.20 


45,409.00 




13,901.42 


.42 


36,927.02 


.02 


27,803.10 


.10 


95,396.56 


286.44 


21,184.02 


.02 


4,500.00 


4,500.00 


15,437.69 


7,527.69 


102.40 


697.60 


1,633.80 


1,033.80 


371.45 


78.55 


387.86 


1,012.14 


1,845.00 


45.00 


136.00 


64.00 


1,461.62 


211.62 


2,211.56 


354.56 


9,809.70 


538.30 


842.50 


718.50 


1,262.50 


37.50 


1,295.42 


282.58 


4,784.40 


1,075.60 


3,581.36 


418.64 


11.90 


225.10 


1,810.76 


207.24 


1,668.30 


426.70 


2,237.97 


292.03 


538.65 


831.35 


1,366.05 


1,083.95 


68,882.06 


8,766.94 


8,385.09 


475.09 


446.84 


18.16 




150.00 


2,393,603.88 


5,050.12 




10.00 


211.95 


81.95 


396.37 


3.63 


777.77 


27.77 



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Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 



295.60 113.40 

983.95 22.05 

481.64 121.64- 

213.74 43.74- 

180.74 84.26 

2,619.90 910.10 

1,502.26 222.74 

1,816.84 343.84- 

964.65 646.35 
1,377.81 22.81 

476.75 97.75 
24.00 116.00 

96.00 

123.75 94.25 

200.00 

30.82 26.18 

303.32 93.32 

12,781.86 1,712.14 

6,730.92 6,730.92 

9,121.65 1,509.65 

223.11 23.11 

421.89 221.89 

252.45 52.45 

12,252.03 1,231.03 

14,966.86 539.86 

10,105.92 571.92 

1,224.31 775.69 

1,158.02 58.02 

3,161.79 338.21 

1,753.40 753.40 

112.06 287.94 

75.00 

50.00 

100.00 

61,584.41 10.165.41 

154.18 45.82 

24.91 285.09 

42.00 3.00 
115.00 

36.69 3.69 
Supplies Materials Deer Hill School 

Grade 4 355.00 222.08 132.92 

Grade 5 150.00 150.00 

Grade6 150.00 201.25 51.25 

ChoralMusic 172.00 57.94 114.06 



Dept. 200 School Department (continued) 


Textbooks Deer Hill School 




Gra^5 


409.00 


Grade 6 


1,006.00 


Choral Music 


360.00 


Textbooks Special Education 




Osgood School 


170.00 


Deer Hill School 


265.00 


Textbooks High School 




English 


3,530.00 


Math 


1,725.00 


Science 


1,473.00 


Social Studies 


1,611.00 


Foreign Language 


1,355.00 


Business Education 


379.00 


Home Economics 


140.00 


Alternative School 


96.00 


Music 


218.00 


Art 


200.00 


Physical Education 


57.00 


Special Education 


210.00 


Schd#2400 Textbooks 


14,494.00 


Clerical Salaries Library Tech 


mician 


Osgood School 




Deer Hill School 


7,612.00 


Sup. Mat. Osgood Sch. Books 


200.00 


Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. Books 200.00 


Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. 




Periodicals 


200.00 


Prof Sal. HS Librarian 


11,021.00 


Prof Sal. HS A/ V Coord. 


14,427.00 


Clerical Sal. HS Lib Tech. 


9,534.00 


Contr. Serv. HS Rebinding 


2,000.00 


Contracted Services High Sch 


1,100.00 


Sup. Mat. HS Books 


3,500.00 


Sup. Mat. HS Periodicals 


1,000.00 


Sup. Mat. HS General Sup. 


400.00 


Other Exp. HS Instate Travel 


75.00 


Other Exp. HS Prof Dues 


50.00 


Other Exp. HS Postage 


100.00 


Schd#2500 Library 


51,419.00 


Supplies Materials Osgood School 


Grade 1 


200.00 


Grade 2 


310.00 


Grade 3 


45.00 


Music 


115.00 


Physical Education 


33.00 



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Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 

Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. Library 400.00 400.00 

Sup. Mat. Osgood Sch. Spec. Ed. 380.00 407.65 27.65- 

Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. Spec Ed 230.00 230.00 
Supplies Materials High School 

88.50 211.50 

25.00 125.00 

831.63 9.63- 

876.75 14.75- 

470.48 4.52 
243.00 
218.00 

93.60 106.40 

27.85 97.15 

115.00 43.00- 

2,278.16 556.16- 

1,990.42 309.58 
345.00 

7,944.09 2,429.91 

88,790.78 2,039.78 

13,540.77 176.77 

1,003.35 1,166.65 

1,841.15 41.15- 

686.83 917.17 

52.00 98.00 

250.25 .25 

891.75 431.75- 

406.50 46.50- 

674.70 25.30 
250.00 

62.50 87.50 

108,200.58 191.58- 

40,464.06 3,964.06- 

4,320.00 1,680.00 

9,993.00 371.00 

15,782.13 5,782.13- 

141.77 358.23 

2,589.75 910.25 

1,127.00 327.00- 

365.00 65.00- 

33.00 42.00 

75.00 30.00- 

74,890.71 6,806.71- 

10,442.44 632.44- 

10,442.44 632.44- 

7,150.99 549.99- 

8,432.00 477.00- 

7,150.99 549.99- 

ContrServ. Osgood Sch. Laundry 60.00 60.00 

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English 


300.00 


Math 


150.00 


Science 


822.00 


Social Studies 


862.00 


Business Education 


475.00 


Home Economics 


243.00 


Alternative School 


218.00 


Music 


200.00 


Art 


125.00 


Physical Education 


72.00 


Health Education 


1,722.00 


Library 


2,300.00 


Special Education 


345.00 


Schd#2600 Audio-Visual 


10,374.00 


ProfSal.HS 


86,751.00 


Clerical Sal. HS 


13,364,00 


ContrServ. HS Xerox 


2,170.00 


ContrServ. HSAces 


1,800.00 


Sup. Mat. HS 


1,604.00 


Other Expenses High Schoo 


1 


Instate travel 


150.00 


Workshop/Conference 


250.00 


Prof Materials 


460.00 


Professional Dues 


360.00 


Postage 


700.00 


Tuition Courses 


250.00 


Microfilming 


150.00 


Schd#2700 Guidance 


108,009.00 


Prof Sal. Admin. 


36,500.00 


Prof Sal. Admin. Tutoring 


6,000.00 


Clerical Sal. Admin. 


10,364.00 


Contracted Services Administration 


Contr Serv. 


10,000.00 


Supplies Materials Administration 


General Supplies 


500.00 


Group Testing 


3,500.00 


Other Expenses Administration 


Instate Travel 


800.00 


Workshop/Conference 


300.00 


Prof Materials 


75.00 


Professional Dues 


45.00 


Schd#2800 Special Ed. 


68,084.00 


Clerical Sal. Admin. 


9,810.00 


Schd#3100 Attendance 


9,810.00 


Prof Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 


6,601.00 


Prof Sal. Admin. 


7,955.00 


Nurses Sal. Osgood Sch. 


6,601.00 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 

Contr Serv. Deer Hill Sch. Laundry60.00 60.00 
Supplies/Materials Osgood School 

General Supplies 400.00 328.40 71.60 
Supplies/Materials Deer Hill School 

General Supplies 400.00 335.40 64.60 
Other Expenses Osgood School 

Instate Travel 20.00 30.00 10.00- 

Insurance 25.00 25.00 

Other Exp. Deer Hill Sch. Ins. 25.00 25.00 

NursesSal.HS 12,573.00 13,355.02 782.02- 

Sup. Mat. HS General Sup. 657.00 774.13 117.13- 
Other Expenses High School 

Instate Travel 25.00 25.00 

Workshop/Conference 50.00 30.00 20.00 

Prof Materials 50.00 50.00 

Schd#3200 Health 35,502.00 37,586.93 2,084.93- 

Other Sal. Admin. 48,320.00 56,532.64 8,212.64- 

Sup. Mat. Admin. Gas/Oil 13,000.00 16,909.71 3,909.71- 
Other Expenses Administration 

Medical Exams 50.00 250.00 200.00- 

Drivers Training 200.00 250.00 50.00- 

Storage of Buses 3,840.00 3,840.00 

Schd#3310 Oper. of Buses 65,410.00 77,782.35 12,372.35- 
Contracted Services Administration 

Bus/Vehicle Repairs 19,660.00 26,039.21 6,379.21- 
Supplies Materials Administration 

Tires 3,400.00 4,170.61 770.61- 

Safety Supplies 190.00 53.42 136.58 

Medical Supplies 100.00 54.79 45.21 

Misc Supplies 100.00 179.85 79.85- 

Schd#3350 Maint. of Buses 23,450.00 30,497.88 7,047.88- 
Contracted Carriers Administration 

Contracted Buses 500.00 320.00 180.00 
Contr Serv. Admin. 

SpecEdTransp 17,500.00 18,440.00 940.00- 

Schd#3370 Contr Carriers 18,000.00 18,760.00 760.00- 

Prof Sal. HS Athletic Dir. 4,300.00 4,299.88 .12 

Prof Sal. HS Coaches 28,398.00 . 33,518.28 5,120.28- 

Prof Sal. HS Medical 550.00 450.00 100.00 
Other Salaries High School 

Officials Timers etc. 8,245.00 10,636.40 2,391.40- 

Police 912.00 1,280.00 368.00- 

Transportation 230.00 241.60 11.60- 

Contr Serv. HS Reconditioning 3,850.00 5,181.36 1,331.36- 

Contr Serv. HS Ice Time 5,000.00 5,080.00 80.00- 

Sup. Mat. HS 7,000.00 5,837.77 1.162.23 
Other Expenses High School 

Instate Travel 385.00 385.00- 

Professional Dues 1,400.00 905.00 495.00 

Insurance 2,000.00 1,770.00 230.00 

MiscSuplies 1,500.00 1,621.27 121.27- 

Awards 400.00 424.24 24.24- 

Schd#3510 Athletics 63,785.00 71,630.80 7,845.80- 

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Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 



Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 


Prof Salaries High School 




Senior Class Play 


805.00 


Dramatics 


805.00 


Student Publications 


1,895.00 


Debating 


805.00 


Class Advisors 


1,497.00 


Supplies Materials High School 


Senior Class Play 


100.00 


Dramatics 


100.00 


Student Publications 


400.00 


Debating 


250.00 


Other Expenses High Schoo 


1 


Student Council Iran 


200.00 


National Honor Soc. 


175.00 


Schd#3520 Student Activ. 


7,032.00 


Other Sal. Osgood Sch. 


33,618.00 


Other Sal. Osgood Sch.O.T. 


500.00 


Other Sal. Deer Hill Sch. 


33,618.00 


Other Sal. Deer Hill Sch.O.T 


. 1,000.00 


Sup. Mat. Osgood Sch. 




Custodial Supplies 


2,000.00 


Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. 


3,000.00 


Other Salaries High School 






110,126.00 


Overtime 


6,200.00 


Community Services 


1,000.00 


Sup. Mat. HS 


7,000.00 


Other Exp. HS Instate Travel 


Schd#4110 Custodial 


198,062.00 


Supplies Materials 




Osgood School 


18,770.00 


Deer Hill School 


36,682.00 


High School 


62,160.00 


Schd#4120 Heat 


117,612.00 



xpenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


690.00 




115.00 


805.00 






2,780.50 




885.50 


825.00 




20.00 


1,497.00 







100.00 

100.00 

150.00 250.00 

116.10 133.90 

200.00 

108.28 66.72 

6,971.88 60.12 

28,956.38 4,661.62 

1,512.60 1,012.60- 

31,673.14 1,944.86 

3,300.76 2,300.76- 

2,954.74 954.74- 

3,293.97 293.97- 

121,611.89 11,485.89- 

5,235.94 964.06 

1,000.00 

8,752.19 1,752.19- 

62.40 62.40- 

207,354.01 9,292.01- 

20.842.71 2,072.71- 

16.369.72 20,312.28 
50,626.79 11,533.21 
87,839.22 29,772.78 

Other Expenses Osgood School 

Telephone 2,000.00 ^ 1,811.93 188.07 

Electricity 4,000.00 7,377.09 3,377.09- 

Water 900.00 600.71 299.29 

Other Expenses Deer Hill School 

Telephone 2,000.00 2,043.83 43.83- 

Electricity 9,000.00 7,699.84 1,300.16 

Water 859.00 793.44 65.56 

Other Expenses High School 

Telephone 12,000.00 15,259.03 3,259.03- 

Electricity 39,000.00 54,553.34 15,553.34- 

Water 3,500.00 7,023.60 3,523.60- 

Gas/High School 2,500.00 3,202.27 702.27- 

Schd#4130 Utilities 75,759.00 100,365.08 24,606.08- 

Contracted Services Administration 

Tree and Park Dept. 5,500.00 8,133.42 2,633.42- 

Sup. Mat. Osgood Sch. 1,000.00 1,000.00 

Sup. Mat. Deer Hill Sch. 2,000.00 2,000.00 

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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 






Sup. Mat. HS 


5,000.00 


644.61 


4,355.39 


Schd#4210 Maint./Grouni 


ds 13,500.00 


8,778.03 


4,721.97 


Contracted Services Osgood School 






Sewers 


720.00 


290.00 


430.00 


Roof 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


520.36 


479.64 


Contracted Services Osgood School 






Carpentry 


2,000.00 


112.51 


1,887.49 


Masonry 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Heat/Vent 


1,000.00 


847.80 


152.20 


Misc. 


300.00 


190.10 


109.90 


Contracted Services Deer Hill School 






Sewers 


720.00 


19.50- 


739.50 


Roof 


2,000.00 




2,000.00 


Plumbing 


1,000.00 


792.03 


207.97 


Carpentry 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Masonry 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Heat/ Vent 


1,000.00 


1,214.01 


214.01- 


Misc. 


100.00 


2,141.95 


2,041.95 


Supplies Materials Osgood School 






Misc. 


1,000.00 


84.99 


915.01 


Painting 


1,500.00 




1,500.00 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


280.99 


219.01 


Misc. 


1,500.00 


613.92 


886.08 


Supplies Materials Deer Hill School 






Painting 


500.00 


22.48 


477.52 


Electrical Supplies 


500.00 


318.64 


181.36 


Contracted Services High School 






Sewers 


720.00 


386.01 


333.99 


Roof 


2,000.00 


78.46 


1,921.54 


Plumbing 


1,500.00 


602.35 


897.65 


Carpentry 


3,500.00 


3,712.23 


212.23 


Masonry 


1,500.00 


675.00 


825.00 


Heat/Vent 


2,500.00 


11,133.63 


8,633.63 


Misc. 


1,000.00 


8,109.86 


7,109.86- 


Supplies Materials High School 






Misc 


2,000.00 


5,356.60 


3,356.60 


Painting 


5,000.00 


834.08 


4,165.92 


Electrical Supplies 


2,000.00 


1,708.44 


291.56 


Schd#4220 Maint./Bldg. 


41,060.00 


40,006.94 


1,053.06 


Contr Serv. Admin. Xerox 


100.00 


158.00 


58.00- 


Contr Serv. Admin. Spec. Ed 


250.00 


64.00 


186.00 


Contr Serv. Osgood Sch. 


250.00 


356.50 


106.50 


Contracted Services Osgood School 






Kindergarten 


20.00 


20.00 




Grade 1 


50.00 


50.00 




Grade 2 


35.00 


29.61 


5.39 



Grade 3 60.00 60.00 

Physical Education 15.00 15.00 
Contracted Services Deer Hill School 

400.00 727.75 327.75- 

Choral Music 80.00 80.00 

Instrumental Music 110.00 110.00 

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Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 

Contracted Services Deer Hill School 

Library 200.00 200.00 

Contracted Services Special Education 

Osgood School 50.00 50.00 

Deer Hill School 75.00 75.00 

Contracted Services High School 

500.00 1,688.17 1,188.17- 

Math 800.00 566.12 233.88 

Science 1,390.00 1,272.50 117.50 

Foreign Language 550.00 332.85 217.15 

Business Education 500.00 884.25 384.25- 

Industrial Arts 700.00 283.52 416.48 ] 

Home Economics 524.00 240.00 284.00 

Music 498.00 400.85 97.15 

Art 200.00 200.00 

Physical Education 300.00 299.25 .75 

Library 2,200.00 2,217.82 17.82- 

Special Education 75.00 75.00 

Schd #4230 Equip Maint. 

and Repair 9,932.00 9,671.19 260.81 

Other Expenses Administration 
SchlComm Insurance 1,000.00 

Unemp Insurance 11,000.00 

Schd #5200 Fixed Expend. 12,000.00 

ContrServ. Deer Hill Sch. 1,500.00 

Schd #7200 Imp/Bldgs. 1,500.00 

Acquisition of Equip Deer Hill School 

Oust Acq. of Equip. 200.00 67.93 132.07 

Acquistion of Equip High School 

1,058.85 516.15 

145.85 109.15 
300.00 

2,724.52 2,224.52- 

3,997.15 1,167.15- 

222.99 15.01 

200.00 
200.00 
200.00 
129.00 
125.00 

313.00 87.00 

394.00 406.00 

614.88 394.12 

236.76 101.24 

1,096.45 96.45- 

2,878.08 1,760.92 

3,400.00 1,600.00 

3,400.00 1,600.00 



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Music 


1,575.00 


Art 


255.00 


Library 


300.00 


Maintenance 


500.00 


Schd #7300 Acq./Equip. 


2,830.00 


RepI of Equipt Osgood School 




Music 


238.00 


RepI of Equipt Deer Hill School 


Grade 4 


200.00 


Grade 5 


200.00 


Grade 6 


200.00 


Physical Education 


129.00 


Choral Music 


125.00 


RepI of Equipt High School 




Math 


400.00 


Industrial Arts 


800.00 


Home Economics 


1,009.00 


Music 


338.00 


Library 


1,000.00 


Schd #7400 Repl./Equip. 


4,639.00 


Addtl. Costs Admin. 


5,000.00 


Schd #7500 Acq/Vehicles 


5,000.00 



881.00 


119.00 


2,525.58 


8,474.42 


3,406.58 


8,593.42 


1,179.00 


321.00 


1,179.00 


321.00 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 200 School Department (continued) 






Voc Sch. Tuition Admin. 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


^chd#9100 Voc. Ed. 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Tuition Administration 








Day School 


60,464.00 


68,503.78 


8,039.78 


Residential 


16,146.00 


8,260.14 


7,885.86 


Summer Program 


2,000.00 


1,588.32 


411.68 


Schd #9300 Other Than 








Public 


78,610.00 


78,352.24 


257.76 


Dept. No. 200 Sch. Dept. : 


J,900,227.14 


3,895,691.29 


4,535.85 


Dept. No. 300 Highway Department 






Elected Official 


21,899.00 


21,899.00 




Wages— Permanent 


71,533.00 


70,585.94 


947.06 


Temporary Employees 


10,200.00 


9,130.71 


1,069.29 


Overtime 


2,575.00 


4,178.82 


1,603.82 


Longevity 


150.00 


150.00 




Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


106,357.00 


105,944.47 


412.53 


Uniform Allowance 


150.00 


165.20 


15.20 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


4,000.00 


3,875.21 


124.79 


R& M Equipment 


2,000.00 


2,979.09 781.00 198.09 


Street Signs 


1,000.00 


762.23 


237.77 


Radio Maintenance 


200.00 


66.85 


133.15 


Street Lines 


4,000.00 


3,727.29 


272.71 


Equipment Rental 


2,000.00 


4,586.00 


2,586.00 


Brooks Maintenance 


1,000.00 




1,000.00 


Roadside Mov^ing 


1,600.00 544.00 




1,056.00 


Advertising 


100.00 


195.70 


95.70 


Telephone 


600.00 


534.27 


65.73 


Contract Services 


2,000.00 


5,858.82 


3,858.82 


Gasoline 


7,500.00 


7,050.67 


449.33 


Diesel Fuel 


1,000.00 


981.47 


18.53 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


100.00 


149.03 


49.03 


Custodial Supplies 


100.00 


34.91 


65.09 


Tools 


400.00 


585.80 


185.80 


Sand Loam Stone 




1,833.96 


1,833.96 


Highway Materials 


31,207.00 


26,620.68 


4,586.32 


Pipe Spittings 


4,000.00 


2,455.60 


1,544.40 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,500.00 


751.75 


748.25 


Travel & Meetings 




10.00 


10.00 


Dues 


25.00 


40.00 


15.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


64,482.00 544.00 


63,264.53 781.00 1,454.47 


Communications Systems 


1,800.00 


1,780.00 


20.00 


New Engine For #5 Truck 


2,192.00 


2,186.96 


5.04 


Oxygen & Acetylene Regulator 






& Torches 


400.00 


400.00 




Pavement Breaker 


1,095.00 


975.10 


119.90 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 


5,487.00 


5,342.06 


144.94 


Overtime 


4,500.00 


10,336.83 849.00 4,987.83 


R&M Equipment 


4,000.00 


3,326.48 


673.52 


Equipment Rental 


11,800.00 


23.221.00 11,444.87 23.87 


Gasoline 


1,200.00 


944.00 


256.00 


Other Expenses 




156.11 156.11 



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Appropriation Carry Forward 
Account Name Amount to New Year 

Dept. No. 300 Highway Department (continued) 

Sand Loam Stone 5,500.00 

Salt 13,000.00 

Schcl#107 Snow Removal 40,000.00 
Street Lighting 37,800.00 

Schd#113 Street Lighting 37,800.00 
Electricity 500.00 

Fuel 1,600.00 

Building Maintenance 200.00 

Schd#114 Garage Expenses 2,300.00 
New Truck & Catch Basin Cleaner 

Less Trade In 38,000.00 

Schd#132 Art 16, 4/2/83 38,000.00 
Advertising 71.28 

Schd#143 Unpaid Bills F'83 71.28 

Work Zone Protection 

Safety Devices Kit 2,025.00 

Schd#146 Art 10, 9/20/83 2,025.00 
Repair Flood Gates Other Exp. 800.00 800.00 

Schd#147 Art 3, 9/20/83 800.00 800.00 

Culvert & Basin Ledgewood Drive 

Other Expenses 50.00 50.00 

Culvert & Basin Ledgewood Drive 



Expenditure 


Transfer 


Closed to 


Amount 


Amount 


Revenue 


4,107.97 


320.00 


1,712.03 


10,677.59 




2,322.41 


52,769.98 


12,769.98 




37,713.23 




86.77 


37,713.23 




86.77 


639.54 


130.33 


9.21 


1,841.97 


284.92 


42.95 


135.53 




64.47 


2,617.04 


415.25 


98.21 


35,300.00 




2,700.00 


35,300.00 




2,700.00 


71.28 






71.28 






2,012.68 




12.32 


2,012.68 




12.32 



Materials 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 








Schd#148 Art 15, 9/20/83 2,050.00 


2,050.00 








Highway Materials 


500.00 








500.00 


Schd#151 Art 5, 9/20/83 


500.00 








500.00 


Dept. No. 300 Highway 












Department 


299,872.28 


2,594.00 


305,035.27 


13,966.23 


6,209.24 


Dept. No. 403 Landfill 












Wages— Permanent 


32,635.00 




31,424.40 




1,210.60 


Temporary Employees 


680.00 




1,780.47 




1,100.47 


Longevity 


250.00 




250.00 






Paid Holidays 


751.00 




842.80 




91.80 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


34,316.00 


' 


34,297.67 




18.33 


Electricity 


800.00 




1,037.88 




237.88 


Water 


171.00 




47.45 




123.55 


Grounds Maintenance 






129.30 




129.30 


R& M Equipment 


3,500.00 




3,880.71 


497.00 


116.29 


Equipment Rental 


2,000.00 




500.00 


550.00 


2,050.00 


Rat Control 


500.00 




390.00 




110.00 


Advertising 


50.00 




185.96 




135.96 


Telephone 


200.00 




232.85 




32.85 


Animal Disposal 


350.00 




300.00 




50.00 


Diesel Fuel 


5,000.00 




4,553.52 




446.48 


Building Maintenance 


175.00 




7.77 




167.23 


Gravel— Landfill 


700.00 








700.00 


Landfill Cover Material 


53,295.00 




51,861.43 




1,433.57 


Unclassified Supplies 












Tools 


200.00 




17.02 




182.98 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


66,941.00 




63,143.89 


1,047.00 


4,844.11 


Temporary Employees 


5,803.00 


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5,361.75 




441.25 



1 


Appropriation Carry Forward 




Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 403 Undfill (continued) 






Schd #105 Recycling Payroll 


5,803.00 


5,361.75 


441.25 


R& M EfiHJipment 


100.00 


48.43 


51.57 


Container Rental 


1,092.00 


1,030.25 


61.75 


Shipping Glass to Recycl. Plant 560.00 


622.20 


62.20 


Tools 


25.00 




25.00 


Schd #106 Recycling Exp. 


1,777.00 


1,700.88 


76.12 


Other Professional Services 


4,650.00 850.00 


2,200.00 


1,600.00 


Hazardous Waste Inspections 


; 1,700.00 


922.50 


777.50 


Schd #110 Engineering Serv 


r. 6,350.00 850.00 


3,122.50 


2,377.50 


Diesel Fuel 


957.33 


957.33 




Landfill Cover Mat. 


10,068.94 


10,068.94 




Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'83 11,026.27 


11,026.27 




Dept. No. 403 Landfill 


126,213.27 850.00 


118,652.96 1,047.00 7,757.31 


Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department 






Wages— Permanent 


36,254.00 


36,075.92 


178.08 


Clerical Salaries 


6,938.00 


7,528.04 


590.04 


Temporary Employees 


3,060.00 


3,040.15 


19.85 


Overtime 


2,458.00 


1,150.32 


1,307.68 


Longevity 


150.00 


150.00 




Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


48,860.00 


47,944.43 


915.57 


Uniform Allowance 


125.00 


115.18 


9.82 


Cleaning Service 


468.00 


436.80 


31.20 


In-Service Training 


50.00 




50.00 


Electricity 


11,000.00 


10,996.41 


3.59 


Fuel 


300.00 


326.61 


26.61 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


500.00 


1,012.59 225.00 287.59 


R& M Equipment 


6,800.00 


4,322.82 


2,477.18 


Radio Maintenance 


25.00 




25.00 


Advertising 


150.00 


579.53 


429.53 


Telephone 


1,250.00 


1,880.26 


630.26 


Contract Services 


10,744.00 


6,984.75 


3,759.25 


Lab Supplies 


1,000.00 


1,380.88 


380.88 


Chemicals 


9,400.00 


10,073.14 


673.14 


Gasoline 


500.00 


482.22 


17.78 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


300.00 


520.58 


220.58 


Postage 


150.00 


180.82 


30.82 


Printing & Stationery 


150.00 


158.25 


8.25 


Building Maintenance 


25.00 


1,029.32 


1,004.32 


Custodial Supplies 


500.00 


1,014.44 


514.44 


Unclassified Supplies 


10.00 


285.65 


275.65 


Travel & Meetings 


300.00 


262.00 


38.00 


Dues 


110.00 


56.00 


54.00 


Subscriptions 


75.00 


80.14 


5.14 


Contingency 








Tools 


1,200.00 


881.86 


318.14 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


45,132.00 


43,060.25 225.00 2,296.75 


Office Equip. & Furniture 




535.00 535.00 


Air Compressor 


500.00 


592.41 


92.41 


Replacement of Pipes 


1,100.00 


924.70 


175.30 



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Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department (continued) 

Truck Bed Liner 

2 Sludge Pumps 

Schd#103 Capital Outlay 

R& M Equipment 

Schd#143 Unpaid Bills P83 

Dept. No. 407 Sewer Dept. 100,982.95 5,000.00 93,424.46 760.00 3,318.49 



350.00 




326.72 




23.28 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 






5,000.00 


6,950.00 


5,000.00 


2,378.83 


535.00 


106.17 


40.95 




40.95 






40.95 




40.95 







Office Supplies & Expenses 


85.00 


38.75 




46.25 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


85.00 


38.75 




46.25 


Dept. No. 481 Historical Com m. 85.00 


38.75 




46.25 


Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 








Office Supplies & Expenses 


85.00 






85.00 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


85.00 






85.00 


Dept. No. 482 Common Hist DC 85.00 






85.00 


Dept. No. 487 Conservation 










Clerical Salaries 


500.00 


221.20 




278.80 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


500.00 


221.20 




278.80 


Other Professional Serv. 


750.00 


1,935.00 


1,140.00 


45.00 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


50.00 


1.00 




49.00 


Dues 


60.00 


135.00 


75.00 




Schd #102 General Exp. 


860.00 


2,071.00 


1,215.00 


4.00 


Dept. No. 487 Conservation 


1,360.00 


2.292.20 


1,215.00 


282.80 


Dept. No. 501 Board of Health 








Department Head 


20,879.00 


20.879.00 






Clerical Salaries 


7,652.00 


7,094.79 




557.21 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


28,531.00 


27,973.79 




557.21 


R&M Office Equipment 


50.00 






50.00 


So. Shore Mental Health Assn. 


1,500.00 






1,500.00 


Lab Tests 


400.00 


323.00 




77.00 


Advertising 


75.00 


202.08 




127.08 


Engineering Services 


3,250.00 495.00 3,005.00 


1,100.00 


1,850.00 


Telephone 


1,000.00 


1,038.89 




38.89 


Office Supplies & Expenses 


750.00 


769.62 




19.62 


Postage 


290.00 


264.63 




25.37 


Printing & Stationery 


50.00 


24.21 




25.79 


Custodial Supplies 


200.00 


10.68 




189.32 


Travel & Meetings 


212.00 


214.00 




2.00 


Mileage Allowance 


1,200.00 


1,040.22 




159.78 


Dues 


100.00 


125.00 




25.00 


Subscriptions 


25.00 


7.25 




17.75 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


9,102.00 495.00 7,024.58 


1,100.00 


2,682.42 


Mosquito Control 


2,191.00 


2,191.00 






Schd #129 Art 10, 4/2/83 


2,191.00 


2,191.00 






Straits Pond Control of 










Insects etc. 


2,100.00 


931.34 




1,168.66 


Schd #134 Art 19 4/2/83 


2,100.00 


931.34 




1,168.66 


Other Professional Serv. 


1,954.00 


1,954.00 






Schd #143 Unpaid Bills F'83 


1,954.00 


1,954.00 







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Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 501 Board of Healtli (continued) 

Relocation Exp. Re Family Removal 

from Condemned Property 126.00 126.00 

Schd#168 Art 46, 6/18/84 126.00 126.00 

Dept. No. 501 Bd. of Health 44,004.00 495.00 40.200.71 1,100.00 4,408.29 

Dept. No. 503 Social Services League 

Nursing Services 9,255.00 9,255.00 

Other Professional Serv. 198.00 198.00 

Schd#102 General Exp. 9,453.00 9,255.00 198.00 

Dept. No. 503 Soc.Serv.Lg. 9,453.00 9,255.00 198.00 

Dept. No. 431 Council Aging 

Social Activities 525.00 268.72 256.28 

R&M Motor Vehicles 900.00 213.65 686.35 

Radio Maintenance 100.00 100.00 

Meals on Wheels 2,250.00 68.85 917.10 1,264.05 

Gasoline 1,500.00 1,075.13 424.87 

Office Supplies & Exp. 155.00 126.75 28.25 

Postage 260.00 253.48 6.52 

Schd#102 General Exp. 5,690.00 68.85 2,854.83 2,766.32 

Dept. No. 531 CouncilAging 5,690.00 68.85 2,854.83 2.766.32 

Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Services 

Department Head 1,600.00 1,600.00 

1,600.00 

50.00 

50.00 25.00 

75.00 25.00 

25.00 
5,439.50 2,560.50 

5,639.50 2,560.50 

7,239.50 2,560.50 



7,289.76 241.24 

170.00 230.00 

2,112.00 688.00 

9,571.76 1,159.24 

61.02 1.02 

198.16 198.16 

195.84 4.16 

166.11 183.89 

291.35 188.65 

469.96 14.96 

1,382.44 162.56 

840.00 
840.00 

5,000.00 
600.00 

5,600.00 

1,475.00 

1,475.00 



Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


1,600.00 


Telephone 


50.00 


Office Supplies* Exp. 


75.00 


Travel & Meetings 


50.00 


Dues 


25.00 


Veterans' Benefits 


8,000.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


8,200.00 


Dept. No. 551 Veterans' Serv. 9,800.00 


Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 




Wages— Permanent 


7,531.00 


Temporary Employees 


400.00 


Grave Opening 


2,800.00 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


10,731.00 


Electricity 


60.00 


R&M Equipment 




Gasoline 


200.00 


Building Maint. 


350.00 


Tools 


480.00 


Unclassified Sup. & Exp. 


455.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


1,545.00 


Snow Thrower 


840.00 


Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


840.00 


Wages— Permanent 


5,000.00 


Temporary Employees 


600.00 


Schd#104 Pers.ServTrFd 


5,600.00 


Care of Veterans' Graves 


1,475.00 


Schd #125 Central Cemetery 


1,475.00 



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Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries (continued) 

Improvements to Watering 

System Woodside Cemetery 2,500.00 2,172.74 327.26 

Schd#135 Art 18, 4/2/83 2,500.00 2,172.74 327.26 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 22,691.00 2,172.74 19,196.46 1,321.80 



Dept. No. 601 Library 








Department Head 


25,912.00 


25,912.00 




Wages Permanent 


77,466.00 


76,648.08 


817.92 


Custodial Services 


5,615.00 


5,611.58 


3.42 


Longevity 


300.00 


300.00 




Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


109,293.00 


108,471.66 


821.34 


Electricity 


3,000.00 


3,615.93 


615.93 


Fuel 


3,800.00 


3,299.21 


500.79 


Telephone 


750.00 


725.20 


24.80 


Books 


31,550.00 


26,531.82 


5,018.18 


Magazines 




3,845.88 


3,845.88 


Audio-Visual Media 




1,130.85 


1,130.85 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


2,520.00 


2,955.00 


435.00 


Postage 


760.00 


692.70 


67.30 


Stationery 


250.00 


354.00 


104.00 


Building Maintenance 


900.00 


428.41 


471.59 


Travel & Meetings 


520.00 


532.00 


12.00 


Dues 


200.00 


139.00 


61.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


44,250.00 


44,250.00 




Vacuum Cleaner 




440.25 440.25 


Schd #103 Capital Outlay 




440.25 440.25 


Books 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 




Schd #117 General Exp. TF 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 




Dept. No. 601 Library 


157,543.00 


157,161.91 440.25 821.34 


Dept. No. 621 Recreation 








Department Head 


20,800.00 


20,912.70 


112.70 


Temporary Employees 


12,324.00 


11,452.96 


871.04 


Schd #101 Personal Serv. 


33,124.00 


32,365.66 


758.34 


Band Concerts 


550.00 


550.00 




Social Activities 


100.00 


132.85 


32.85 


Electricity 


350.00 


241.29 


108.71 


R&M Equipment 


80.00 




80.00 


Telephone 


600.00 


631.03 


31.03 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


200.00 


316.45 


116.45 


Postage 


200.00 


188.04 


11.96 


Stationery 


100.00 




100.00 


Unclassified Supplies 


1,250.00 


1,192.43 


57.57 


Mileage Allowance 


690.00 


820.30 


130.30 


Schd #102 General Exp. 


4,120.00 


4,072.39 


47.61 


Dept. No. 621 Recreation 


37,244.00 


36,438.05 


805.95 



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Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure 


Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount 


Amount Revenue 


Dept. No. 643 Celebrations 






Unclassified Supplies 


500.00 


316.80 


183.20 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


500.00 


316.80 


183.20 


Dept. No. 643 Celebrations 500.00 


316.80 


183.20 


Dept. No. 700 Debt Service 






Debt— Jr. Sr. HS 


100,000.00 


100,000.00 




Sewer Phase 1 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 




Sewer Phase II 


20,000.00 


20,000.00 




Acq. of Railroad Property 


26,400.00 


26,400.00 




Landfill Project 


48,000.00 


48,000.00 




Schd#126 Maturing Debt 


209,400.00 


209.400.00 




Tax Anticipation Notes 


26,548.00 


60,128.47 


33,580.47 


Phase 1 Sewer 


2.415.00 


2,415.00 




Phase II Sewer 


9,690.00 


9,690.00 




Phase III Sewer Plans 








& Specifications 


30,000.00 




30,000.00 


School Debt 


17,160.00 


17,160.00 




Tax Abatement 


1,500.00 




1,500.00 


Acq. of Land Railroad Prop. 


12,138.00 


9,736.32 


2,401.68 


Landfill Project 


19,080.00 


19,080.00 




Int. Anticipation State 








Grant— Highways 




320.58 


320.58 


Schd#127 Interest 


118,531.00 


118,530.37 


.63 


Dept. No. 700 DebtService327,931.00 


327,930.37 


.63 


Fund No. 1 General 


7,751,817.46 72,536.83 


7.583.082.80 


2.000.00 94,197.83 







Schedule GF-4 


State and County Assessments 




For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1984 








Net Overestimates 


Estimated 




Forward to 


Account Charges 


Expenditures 


Fiscal 1984 


County Tax $96,534.00 


$102,183.39 


($5,649.39) 


Retired Municipal Teachers 






(Health Insurance) 29,169.00 


29,169.00 


— 


Air Pollution Control Districts 1,193.00 


1,557.00 


(364.00) 


M.B.T.A 96,500.00 


96,712.00 


(212.00) 


Recreation Areas Outside 






Metropolitan Parks District 43,702.00 


41,692.00 


2,010.00 


County Hospital — 


2,252.12 


(2.252.12) 


Mosquito Control Project 9,915.00 


7,776.00 


2.139.00 


Metropolitan Parks 4,980.00 


4.980.00 


— 


Special Education 11,556.00 


5.704.00 


5,852.00 


Motor Vehicle Excise Tax Bills 1,015.00 


1.015.00 


— 


Elderly Governmental Retirees — 


(259.00) 


259.00 


Metropolitan Area Planning Council 1,212.00 


1.212.00 
$293,993.51 


— 


$295,776.00 


$1,782.49 



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1,106.43 


1,343.85 


593.85 


593.85 


750.00 


750.00 


2,450.28 




2,450.28 




62,647.80 




1,824.00 




64,471.80 




64,471.80 





Schedule GF-5 
FISCAL 1984 YEAR END CLOSE OUT LEDGER-PR YR APPROPRIATIONS 

Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure Transfer Closed to 

Account Name Amount to New Year Amount Amount Revenue 

Fund No. 1 General 

Dept. No. 25 Town Accountant 

Central Computer System— 

Computer Maintenance 2,450.28 

Office Equipment 

Data Process Service 
Schd #140 Approp. Forward 2,450.28 
Dept. No. 25 Town Acct. 2,450.28 

Dept. No. 29 Assessors 

Revalue Real Estate 

Profesn I Services 62,647.80 

Other Expenses 1,824.00 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 64,471.80 
Dept. No. 29 Assessors 64,471.80 

Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 

Photogrammetry— Topo Map 

Other Expenses 

Engineering Services 12,287.00 

Planning Board Expenses 

Engineering Services 1,635.00 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 13,922.00 
Dept. No. 63 Planning Board 13,922.00 

Dept. No. 101 Police Department 

Police Capital Outlay 

Teletype System 4,940.00 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 4,940.00 
Dept. No. 101 Police Dept. 4,940.00 

Dept. No. Ill Harbor Department 

Dredging Lawrence Wharf 
Contract Services 8,408.12 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 8,408.12 
Dept. No. Ill Harbor Dept. 8,408.12 

Dept. No. 300 Highway Department 

Drainage Forest Notch 

Other Expenses 

Materials 2,800.00 

Replace Doane St. Culvert 

Contract Services 52,000.00 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 54,800.00 
Dept. No. 300 Highway 54,800.00 



275.00 
4,200.00 


275.00 
8,087.00 


1,635.00 
6,110.00 
6,110.00 


7,812.00 
7,812.00 


4,910.00 
4,910.00 
4,910.00 


30.00 
30.00 
30.00 




8,408.12 



8,408.12 
8,408.12 
8,408.12 










2,717.60 
1,786.76 


2,000.00 


717.60 
1,013.24 


52,000.00 
52,000.00 


4,504.36 
4,504.36 


2,000.00 
2,000.00 


52,000.00 
295.64 
295.64 



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Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward Expenditure 
Amount to New Year Amount 



Dept. No. 407 Sewer Department 

Sewer Constr. Pro). 1 

Other Expenses 1,439.20 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 1,439.20 
Dept. No. 407 Sewer Dept. 1,439.20 

Dept. No. 571 Cemeteries 

Enlarging Burial Space Woodside 

Other Expenses 

Materials 1,639.75 

Schd #140 Approp. Forward 1,639.75 
Dept. No 571 Cemeteries 1.639.75 



1,439.20 
1,439.20 



1,099.75 

540.00 

1,639.75 

1,639.75 



Transfer 
Amount 



Closed to 
Revenue 



1,439.20 



1,099.75 
1,099.75 



General 

Fund No. 1 



General 



152,071.15 61,847.32 84,086.19 2,000.00 8,137.64 



Balance Sheet 

Special Revenue Fund 

June 30, 1984 



Schedule SR-1 



Assets 

Cash Federal Revenue Sharing 
Highway Improvements 
Federal and State Grants 
Other Special Revenue Funds 
School Lunch 

Due from Federal government for revenue sharing 
entitlement quarter ended June 30, 1984 

Total Assets 



$776.71 
22,501.00 

3,588.12 
45,158.20 

2,858.35 



$74,882.38 

19,346.00 
$94,228.38 



Liabilities and Fund Balance: 

Warrants payable: 
Federal and State Grants 
School Lunch 
Other Special Revenue 



$ 309.75 
2,775.54 
1,901.89 



$ 4,987.18 



Fund balance: 

Federal Revenue Sharing— Schedule SR-2 

School Lunch— (1) 

Highway Improvements Schedule SR-4 

Federal and State Grants— (1) 

Other Special Revenue (1) 
Total Liabilities and Fund Equity 



20,122.71 

82.81 

22,501.00 

3,278.37 

43.256.31 



89,241.20 
$94,228.38 



(1) See Schedule SR-3 

Footnote: 
State Grant awarded for Highway Improvements 
(Memorandum of Agreement, April 11, 1984, $23,296.00) 



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Schedule SR-2 
Federal Revenue Sharing 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1984 



Revenue 

Funds Received 

Add: Due for 2nd quarter 1984 

Less: Receipts applicable to 2nd quarter 1983 

Expenditures 

Fire Department— salaries 



$74,677.00 
19,346.00 

94,023.00 
17,992.00 



$76,031.00 



74,000.00 



Excess of revenues over expenditures 
Fund balance July 1, 1983 
Fund balance June 30. 1984 



2,031.00 

18,091.71 

$20,122.71 



Schedule SR-4 
Special Revenue— Highway Improvements 
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1984 



Revenue: 

State Grants: 
Chapter 90 Contract 31746 
Chapter 637 Acts of 1983 

Expenditures: (Resurfacing Streets) 
Police details 

Loam, gravel and other materials 
Painting traffic lines 
Contractor 

Excess of expenditures over revenues 

Other financing sources (uses) 

Transfer from General Fund (taxation) 
Proceeds from temporary loans 
Paymentof temporary loans 

Excess of revenues and other sources over 
expenditures and other uses 

Fund balance July 1, 1983 
Fund balance June 30, 1984 



$23,472.00 
22,501.00 


$45,973.00 


942.50 

1,919.46 

305.00 

46,833.04 


50,000.00 




(4,027.00) 


21,255.00 
23,472.00 
(23,472.00) 


21,255.00 




17,228.00 




5,273.00 




$22,501.00 



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Schedule WF-1 

Balance Sheet 

Water Department 

(Exclusive of Fixed Assets) 

June 30, 1984 

Assets: 

Cash $18,903.51 

Accounts receivable: 

User charges $82,807.54 
Interest— delinquent accounts 9,127.99 

Miscellaneous 1,796.17 93,731.70 

Due from State: 
Leak detection grant 815.50 

Grant re Water treatment facility: 
Years 1985-1996(14871.36x12) $178,456.32 
Years 1997-2012 (14670.39x16) 234,726.24 413,182.56 413,998.06 

Amounts to be provided for: 
Loan due General Fund 353,854.87 

Bonds payable 2,056,000.00 2,409,854.87 

Construction in progress 16,013.44 

$2,952,501.58 

Liabilities, Reserves and Retained Earnings: 
Liabilities: 

Warrants Payable $ 8,545.68 

Loans due General Fund 353,854.87 

Bonds payable 2,056,000.00 

Bond Anticipation Notes Payable 17,000.00 

Reserves: 

Uncollected receivables 93,731.70 

Due from State 815.50 

Deferred Revenue-Grant 406 Acts of 1978 413,182.56 507,729.76 

Retained earnings: 
Reserved 12,000.00 

Unreserved (deficit) see Schedule WF-2 (2,628.73 ) 9,371.27 

$2,952,501.58 



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Schedule WF-2 



Town of Cohasset, Water Department 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes 

In Retained Earnings 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1984 



Revenues received: (1) 



User Charges 


$418,996.18 




Interest— delinquent accounts 


5,723.09 




Hydrants, Town of Cohasset 


40,950.00 




Miscellaneous 


1,205.85 


466,875.12 


State Grants: 






Water Treatment Facility— annual installment 




14,871.36 


Water Leak Detection 




7,339.37 


Total Revenues 




489,085.85 


Expenditures and reserve for expenditures: 






See schedule WF-3 


547,213.30 




Less: Expenditures for construction in progress 


-16,013.44 
531,199.86 




Add: Funds appropriated from Fiscal '84 revenues 






for interest re: construction project, reserved 






for expenditure in Fiscal 1985 


12,000.00 


543,199.86 


Net Loss before other financing sources (uses) 




(54,114.01) 


Other financing sources (uses) 






Bond Anticipation Notes 


17,000.00 




Less Construction Expenditures 16,013.44 






Reserved for expenditures 986.56 


17,000.00 


-0- 


Net Loss 




(54,114.01) 


Retained earnings July 1, 1983 




51,485.28 


Retained earnings deficit June 30, 1984 




$(2,628.73) 


(1) Cash Basis 


- 





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Schedule WF-1 

Balance Sheet 

Water Department 

(Exclusive of Fixed Assets) 

June 30, 1984 

Assets: 

Cash $18,903.51 

Accounts receivable: 

User charges $82,807.54 
Interest— delinquent accounts 9,127.99 

Miscellaneous 1,796.17 93,731.70 

Due from State: 
Leak detection grant 815.50 

Grant re Water treatment facility: 
Years 1985-1996(14871.36x12) $178,456.32 
Years 1997-2012 (14670.39x16) 234,726.24 413,182.56 413,998.06 

Amounts to be provided for: 
Loan due General Fund 353,854.87 

Bonds payable 2,056,000.00 2,409,854.87 

Construction in progress 16,013.44 

$2,952,501.58 

Liabilities, Reserves and Retained Earnings: 
Liabilities: 

Warrants Payable $ 8,545.68 

Loans due General Fund 353,854.87 

Bonds payable 2,056,000.00 

Bond Anticipation Notes Payable 17,000.00 

Reserves: 

Deferred Revenue— Grant 406 Acts of 1978 413,182.56 

Retained earnings: 
Reserved 12,000.00 

Unreserved-see Schedule WF-2 91,918.47 103,918.47 

$2,952,501.58 



235- 



Town of Cohasset, Water Department 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes 

In Retained Earnings 

For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1984 



Schedule WF-2 



Revenues received: (1) 

User Charges 

Interest Delinquent Accounts 
Hydrants, Town of Cohasset 
Miscellaneous 

State Grant— Annual Installment re: 
Chapter 406 of the Acts of 1978 

Total Revenues 



$448,403.16 

9,164.94 

40,950.00 

2,923.85 

14,871.36 



$516,313.31 



Expenditures and Reserve for Expenditures: 

See schedule WF-3 

Less: Expenditures for construction in progress 



Add: Funds appropriated from Fiscal '84 revenues 
for interest re: construction project, reserved 
for expenditure in Fiscal 1985 

Net Loss before other financing sources (uses) 



547,213.30 
-16,013.44 

531,199.86 



12,000.00 



543,199.86 
(26,886.55) 



Other Financing Sources (uses) 

Bond Anticipation Notes 
Less: Construction Expenditures 
Reserved for Expenditures 

Net Loss 

Retained earnings July 1, 1983 
Add: (To implement accrual basis) 
Accts Receivable June 30, 1983 
State Grant for Leak Detection 
due as of June 30, 1983 

Retained earnings June 30, 1984 

(1) Full Accrual Basis 



16,013.44 
986.56 


17,000.00 
17,000.00 




51,485.28 


59,164.87 




8,154.87 


67,319.74 



(26,886.55) 



118,805.02 
$91,918.47 



236 



Schedule WF-3 



FISCAL 1984 YEAR END CLOSE OUT LEDGER 
WATER DEPARTMENT 





Appropriation Carry Forward 


Expenditure Transfer Closed to 


Account Name 


Amount to New Year 


Amount Amount Revenue 


Department Head 


27,297.00 


27,297.00 




Wages— Permanent 


125,755.00 


100,407.24 


25,347.76 


Clerical Salaries 


12,570.00 


16,561.33 


3,991.33 


Temporary Employees 




2,746.92 


2,746.92 


Overtime 


10,173.00 


10,287.92 


114.92 


Longevity 


900.00 


900.00 




Paid Holidays 


2,179.00 


1,532.24 


646.76 


Schd#101 Personal Serv. 


178,874.00 


159,732.65 


19,141.35 


Unemployment Insurance 




1.10 


1.10 


Uniform Allowance 


200.00 


201.50 


1.50 


In-Service Training 


75.00 




75.00 


Electricity 


39,845.00 


36,486.83 


3,358.17 


Fuel 


5,750.00 


5,678.21 


71.79 


Grounds Maintenance 


700.00 


533.80 


166.20 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


2,500.00 


1,906.76 


593.24 


R& M Equipment 


4,800.00 


5,407.34 


607.34 


R& M Office Equipment 


300.00 




300.00 


Radio Maintenance 


150.00 


14.60 


135.40 


Advertising 


300.00 


207.89 


92.11 


Data Processing Services 


5,000.00 


6,049.00 


1,049.00 


Telephone 


1,475.00 


1,626.25 


151.25 


Page Call Contract 


268.00 


253.75 


14.25 


Contract Services 


5,410.00 


3,227.72 


2,182.28 


Photocopier Maintenance 


275.00 


275.00 




Control Console Maint. 


5,247.00 


5,247.00 




Lab Supplies 


1,400.00 


1,194.32 


205.68 


Gasoline 


3,200.00 


2,261.38 


938.62 


Office Supplies & Exp. 


600.00 


787.11 


187.11 


Postage 


2,175.00 


1,842.00 


333.00 


Printing & Stationery 


400.00 


1,692.00 


1,292.00 


Building Maintenance 


1,000.00 


1,030.07 


30.07 


Custodial Supplies 


1,600.00 


1,857.01 


257.01 


Tools 


550.00 


544.58 


5.42 


Road Maintenance 


2,000.00 


1,649.97 


350.03 


Pipe & Fittings 


10,000.00 


7,275.39 


2,724.61 


Meters & Fittings 


4,000.00 


3,984.57 


15.43 


Purification Supplies 


31,920.00 


17,782.66 


14,137.34 


Unclassified Supplies 


2,000.00 


830.64 


1,169.36 


Travel & Meetings 


100.00 


50.00 


50.00 


Dues 


230.00 


197.00 


33.00 


Schd#102 General Exp. 


133,470.00 


110,095.45 


23.374.55 


R&M Motor Vehicles 


2,000.00 




2.000.00 


Engineering Services 


1,500.00 




1.500.00 


Radios 


450.00 


445.00 


5.00 


New Vehicle to Replace RAIV 


1 10,000.00 


8.348.00 


1.652.00 


Simplex Pump (Lime Slurry) 


1,687.00 


1.687.00 




Schd#103 Capital Outlay 


15,637.00 


10.480.00 


5.157.00 


Pension Costs 


33,700.00 


33,700.00 




Schd #118 Norfolk Cty 








RetSys 


33,700.00 


33,700.00 





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Account Name 



Appropriation Carry Forward 
Amount to New Year 



Workers' Comp. 4,700.00 

Unemployment Ins. 

General Liability 

Fire 

Boilers 

Inland Marine 

Crime Bond— All Employees 

Motor Vehicles 

Valuable Papers & Accts. Rec. 

Schd#122 Insurance Exp. 

Life Insurance 

Health Insurance 

Schd#123 Group Insurance 

Water Treatment Facility 

Schd#126 Maturing Debt 

Water Treatment Facility 

Schd#127 Interest 

Engineering Services 

Intereston Temp. Loans 12,000.00 



2,300 
4,700 
1,300 



2,375 

125 

15,500 

96 

16,459 

16,555 

74,000 

74,000 

106,500 

106,500 



00 
00 
00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



Replace Water Distr. Sys. Margin & 
Atlantic to Cunningham Br221,000, 



12,000.00 



00 

204,986.56 
00 216,986.56 



Schd #136 Art. 12, 4/2/83 233,000 

Engineering Services 

Schd #139 St. Leak Detect Grant 

Dept.No. 1 Water Dept 807,236.00 216.986.56 



Expenditure 
Amount 

4,207.10 

1,682.00 
2,971. 

3,819.00 

500.00 

25.00 

125.00 

1,771.00 

15,100.10 

91.77 

14,815.68 

14,907.45 

74,000.00 

74,000.00 

106,500.00 

106,500.00 

16,013.44 



Transfer 
Amount 



16,013.44 

6,684.21 

6,684.21 

547,213.30 



16,013.44 



Closed to 
Revenue 

492.90 

1,682.00- 

671.00 

881.00 

800.00 

25.00 

125.00 

604.00 

125.00 

399.90 

4.23 

1,643.32 

1,647.55 



12,000.00 



16,013.44 204,986.56 



6,684.21 

6,684.21 

43.036.14 



Balance Sheet 

Capital Projects Fund 

June 30, 1984 



Assets 

Cash 



Schedule CP-1 



$163,549.56 



Liabilities and Fund Balances 

Liabilities: 
Warrants payable 

Fund Balances: 
Reserve for encumbrances (Due contractor 

for landfill project) 
Reserved for expenditures (Sewer project 

per Article 48, June 18, 1984) 

Total Liabilities and Fund Equity 



$ 6,353.75 
155,446.35 



$1,749.46 



161,800.10 
$163,549.56 



Loans Authorized and Unissued: 
Roof repairs Deer Hill and High School $350,000.00 

Article 11, April 7, 1984 
Sewer construction project $935,000.00 

Article 48, June 18, 1984 



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Capital Projects Fund (Sewer Project) Schedule CP-2 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance 
For the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1984 



Other financing sources: 

Transfer from general fund re Article 12, Sept. 30, 1983, 
Facilities plans for Waste Water Management 

Expenditures (see Schedule CP-2-1) 

Excess of expenditures over other financing sources 

Fund balances July 1, 1983 
Federal grants 
State grants 

Reserve for encumbrances: 
Plans and specifications $77,805.67 

Other 20,001.46 



Less: Funds appropriated under Article 48, 
June 18, 1984 as available funds 

Unreserved fund balance June 30, 1984 



$19,294.53 
38,815.00 



97,807.13 
155,916.66 



155,446.35 



$86,600.00 
87,070.31 
(470.31) 



470.31 



$— 0- 



Schedule CP-2-1 
Report of Appropriations and Expenditures Sewer Project 
For the fiscal Year Ended 
June 30, 1984 



Engineering Studies 
Plans & Specifications 
Engineering Alternative 

and Innovative 
Facilities Plans for 

Waste water Management 



Balance 
Forward 


Appropriated 
Fiscal 1984 


Expenditure 


Transferred to 
Fund Article 48 
June 18. 1984 


$10,000.00 
77,805.67 






$10,000.00 
77,805.67 


10,001.46 




$ 470.31 


9,531.15 




$86,600.00 
$86,600.00 


86,600.00 
$87,070.31 





$97,807.13 


$97,336.82 



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1983 1983-1994 Total 

Apportioned sewer assessments 

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2,199.01 19,266.77 21,465.78 
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INDEX 

Appointed Town Officers 5 

Aging, Council On 136 

Ambulance Study Committee 137 

Board of Assessors 138 

Building Inspector and Zoning Officer 139 

Cable T.V. Committee 140 

Capital Budget Committee 138 

Collector of Taxes 179 

Conservation Commission 141 

Design Review Board 141 

Disposal Area Study Committee 142 

Dog Officer 142 

Drainage Advisory Committee 143 

Fire Department 144 

Functionsof Town Government Survey Committee 146 

Government Island Study Committee 145 

Harbor Committee 147 

Harbor Department 147 

Hazardous Material Advisory Committee 143 

Health, Board of 149 

Highway Department 151 

Historical Commission 148 

Housing Authority 152 

In Memoriam 1 

Jury List 16 

Paul Pratt Memorial Library Trustees 152 

Metropolitan Area Planning Council . 155 

Personnel Committee 138 

Planning Board 156 

Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project 159 

Police Department 156 

Recreation Director 160 

Recycling Committee 158 

Registrars, Board of 126 

Salaries & Wages — Town Employees 182 

Sewer Advisory Committee 172 

Sewer Commission 171 

School Department 162 

Superintendents Report 163 

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INDEX 

Selectmen, Board of 18 

Social Service League 176 

South Shore Regional Vocational Technical School 

Representative 155 

Superintendent 170 

Town Accountant 191 

Statement of Revenues 194 

Report of Appropriations, Expenditures & Encumbrances 198 

Summary of Appropriations 226 

Balance Sheets 

Capital Projects Funds 238 

Deferred Revenue Accounts 243 

General Fund 192 

Special Revenue 227 

Water Fund 233 

State & County Assessments 225 

Statement of Long Term Debt 244 

Trust Funds 240 

Town Clerk 20 

Elected Town Officers 4 

Election Officers 126 

Special Town Meeting (January 17, 1984) 20 

Presidential Primary (March 13, 1984) 23 

Annual Town Meeting (April 7, 1984) 27 

Annual Town Election (April 14, 1984) 83 

Special Town Meeting (June 18, 1984) 87 

Special Town Election (June 30, 1984) 114 

State Primary (September 18, 1984) 115 

State Election (November 6, 1984) 119 

Special Town Meeting (November 19, 1984) 121 

Vital Statistics 127 

Births 128 

Deaths 134 

Marriages 131 

Town Treasurer & Collector 179 

Tree and Park Department 161 

Water Commissioners, Board of 177 

Watershed Protection Area Committee 178 

Wiring Department 178 

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Cohasset Hbtorkal Comminion StaUoos of th^ CapUUas' Walk 



I. GOVERNMENT ISLAND 

liS5-lS60 Construciion site of present 
Minoi's Ledge Lighthouse. 
1860-1947 Shore Station for the Lighthouse. 
a. Iron Lighthouse lamp oil storage building. 
ft. Lighthouse Keepers' quarters. 
r. Lighthouse heef>ers' office, 
d. Templates for construction of Lighthouse. 
t. Stone wharf used by Lighthouse service. 
f. Granite steps curved in face of Betcon Rock. 

SITE or EMSHA DOANE'S CRIST MILL 

1792 Tidal grist mill over natural suice. 
War of 1812 Militia encamped at tidal mill. 
1862 Mill burned. Tower Brothers lumber wharf 

3. TOWER'S WHARF 

CI 790- 1 928 Four generations of Tower Family 
fishing and mercantile business. 



LAWRENCE WHARF ANDCAFTAIN JOHN 
SMITH MEMORIAL 

CI 800 Elisha and "Squire" Doane's stone wharf. 
I8il Joshiah O. Lawrence — shipowner and 



I89f Fish packing shed destroyed in spt\ 

flre. 
1907 Town landing established al wharf 
1914 Memorial to hnding oJCmpt. Joh- 

at •'Quonahaisii" in 1614. 

rORTUCESE HALL 

Ct870 Fish and bail .Uore al hetd of cove. 

1896-1941 Minoi'i Ledge Portugese Benevoieni 
Association Hall. Social organiuiion 
of Cohtaset's Portugese se^armg 



1906 Building moved to present tile. 



BATES' WHARF AND OLD SALT HOUSE 

CnjO Samuel Bales' first stone wharf and fish 
business. Old Salt House an original 
building. 










ROCKLAND, MASSACHUSETTS